[ US /ˈɹɛvəɫɝ/ ]
  1. a celebrant who shares in a noisy party
    the clubs attract revelers as young as thirteen
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  • Its heroes were beastly revellers or cruel and ferocious plunderers; its heroines unsexed hoidens, playing the ugliest tricks with their lovers, and repaying slights with bloody revenge, -- very dangerous and unsatisfactory companions for any other than the fire - eating Vikings and redhanded, unwashed Berserkers. The Conflict with Slavery and Others, Complete, Volume VII, The Works of Whittier: the Conflict with Slavery, Politics and Reform, the Inner Life and Criticism
  • And now, gentlemen," said Clifford, as soon as the revellers had provided themselves with their wonted luxuries, potatory and fumous, "let us hear your adventures, and rejoice our eyes with their produce. Paul Clifford — Volume 04
  • Have the tipsy revellers in the back row of pews at midnight mass come to share the wonder of the virgin birth?
  • The headpieces, which looked like mops, draped from the heads of the revellers, bounced up and down as they moved across the stage.
  • Revellers relaxed in a tent outside the club, drinking beer and cider and tucking into pig roast.
  • Borscht, an old world beet soup long savored by Russian and Eastern European Jewish immigrants, lent its name to the Catskill region of upstate New York where generations of revelers summered at hotels such as the Concord and Grossinger's. A Family Named Gold Tries to Add Cool to a Soup That's the Color Purple
  • Paris Celestine ... une bloggeuse qui ne révèlera jamais sa véritable identité, des conseils, des photos, des tenues ... ... and more later
  • Friends and family gathered and the revellers celebrated into the small hours.
  • A cup of tea at the right moment does for the virtuous reveller all that Falstaff claims for a good sherris-sack, or at least the first half of its "twofold operation:" "It ascends me into the brain; dries me there all the foolish and dull and crudy vapors which environ it; makes it apprehensive, quick, forgetive, full of nimble, fiery and delectable shapes, which delivered over to the voice, the tongue, which is the birth, becomes excellent wit. Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works
  • One reveller was already pouring bubble bath into a huge hot tub so he and his partner could frolic in the suds.
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