REVEL: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for REVEL?

Need another word that means the same as “revel”? Find 46 synonyms and 30 related words for “revel” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Revel” are: jollify, make happy, make merry, make whoopie, racket, wassail, whoop it up, delight, enjoy, celebrate, have a party, party, feast, eat, drink, and be merry, carouse, roister, have fun, have a good time, enjoy oneself, go on a spree, delight in, love, like, adore, be entertained by, be amused by, be pleased by, take pleasure in, appreciate, relish, lap up, savour, luxuriate in, bask in, wallow in, glory in, revelry, celebration, festivity, jollification, merrymaking, carousal, spree, debauch, bacchanal

Revel as a Noun

Definitions of "Revel" as a noun

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “revel” as a noun can have the following definitions:

  • Unrestrained merrymaking.
  • Lively and noisy enjoyment, especially with drinking and dancing.
Definitions of "Revel" as a noun

Synonyms of "Revel" as a noun (10 Words)

bacchanalSomeone who engages in drinking bouts.
The debauched and alcoholic president was said to be organizing unceasing bacchanals.
carousalRevelry in drinking; a merry drinking party.
carouseRevelry in drinking; a merry drinking party.
Corporate carouses.
celebrationThe action of celebrating an important day or event.
The celebration of marriage.
debauchThe practice of excessive indulgence in sex, alcohol, or drugs.
His life had been spent in debauch.
festivityThe celebration of something in a joyful and exuberant way.
A time of great rejoicing and festivity.
jollificationLively celebration with others; merrymaking.
Eight months of commemorative jollification for the Eiffel Tower began in March.
merrymakingA boisterous celebration; a merry festivity.
I d had my fill of merrymaking and decided to stay put till my headache eased.
revelryUnrestrained merrymaking.
Sounds of revelry issued into the night.
spreeA spell of unrestrained drinking.
Crews were seldom going ashore and therefore seldom going on the spree.
Synonyms of "Revel" as a noun (10 Words)

Usage Examples of "Revel" as a noun

  • Late-night revels.
Usage Examples of "Revel" as a noun

Revel as a Verb

Definitions of "Revel" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “revel” as a verb can have the following definitions:

  • Take delight in.
  • Enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way, especially with drinking and dancing.
  • Celebrate noisily, often indulging in drinking; engage in uproarious festivities.
  • Get great pleasure from (a situation or experience.
Definitions of "Revel" as a verb

Synonyms of "Revel" as a verb (36 Words)

adoreLike very much.
He adored the Sacred Host.
appreciateHold dear.
They failed to appreciate the pressure he was under.
bask inDerive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in.
be amused byTo remain unmolested, undisturbed, or uninterrupted — used only in infinitive form.
be entertained byBe identical to; be someone or something.
be pleased byBe identical to; be someone or something.
carouseDrink alcohol and enjoy oneself with others in a noisy, lively way.
They danced and caroused until the drink ran out.
celebrateHave a celebration.
Wildlife campaigners celebrated after their victory.
delightTake delight in.
They delight in playing tricks.
delight inTake delight in.
eat, drink, and be merryWorry or cause anxiety in a persistent way.
enjoyDerive or receive pleasure from get enjoyment from take pleasure in.
The industry enjoyed a boom.
enjoy oneselfHave benefit from.
feastPartake in a feast or banquet.
The men would congregate and feast after hunting.
glory inRejoice proudly.
go on a spreePass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life.
have a good timeReceive willingly something given or offered.
have a partyHave a personal or business relationship with someone.
have funOrganize or be responsible for.
jollifyCelebrate noisily, often indulging in drinking; engage in uproarious festivities.
lap upTake up with the tongue.
likeFeel about or towards; consider, evaluate, or regard.
I d like a beer now.
loveBe enamored or in love with.
She really loved him.
luxuriate inThrive profusely or flourish extensively.
make happyCreate or design, often in a certain way.
make merryChange from one form into another.
make whoopieCarry out or commit.
partyEnjoy oneself at a party or other lively gathering typically with drinking and music.
The students were partying all night before the exam.
racketHit a ball with a racket.
relishMake pleasant to the taste add relish to.
He was relishing his moment of glory.
roisterEngage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
Workers from the refinery roistered in the bars.
savourHave flavor; taste of something.
Their genuflections savoured of superstition and popery.
take pleasure inAscertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial.
wallow inRoll around.
wassailPropose a toast to.
It is the custom in the cider districts of Sussex to wassail the apple trees.
whoop it upRaise.
Synonyms of "Revel" as a verb (36 Words)

Usage Examples of "Revel" as a verb

  • They spent the evening revelling with their guests.
  • Bill said he was secretly revelling in his new-found fame.
Usage Examples of "Revel" as a verb

Associations of "Revel" (30 Words)

alcoholDrink containing alcohol.
He has not taken alcohol in twenty five years.
alcoholicA person suffering from alcoholism.
Alcoholic liquor.
bacchanalA wild and drunken celebration.
The debauched and alcoholic president was said to be organizing unceasing bacchanals.
bacchanalianUsed of riotously drunken merrymaking.
A bacchanalian orgy.
beerA general name for alcoholic beverages made by fermenting a cereal (or mixture of cereals) flavored with hops.
He ordered a beer.
benderA gay man.
He used pliers as a bender.
bibulousGiven to or marked by the consumption of alcohol.
A bibulous evening.
bingeWatch multiple episodes of a television programme over a short period of time.
A drinking binge.
boozeAn alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented.
I wonder where he s hidden his booze.
carousalRevelry in drinking; a merry drinking party.
carouseDrink alcohol and enjoy oneself with others in a noisy, lively way.
Corporate carouses.
drunkA person who is drunk or who habitually drinks to excess.
She was drunk on vodka.
drunkenGiven to or marked by the consumption of alcohol.
Two drunken gentlemen holding each other up.
enjoyDerive or receive pleasure from get enjoyment from take pleasure in.
Enjoy privileges.
festalOffering fun and gaiety.
A festive or festal occasion.
inebriateBecome drunk or drink excessively.
He was inebriated by his phenomenal success.
inebriatedDrunk; intoxicated.
I got mildly inebriated.
inebrietyDrunkenness, especially habitual; intoxication.
The ravages of inebriety.
intoxicatedStupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol.
He was so intoxicated that he could barely walk.
liquorThe liquid from which a substance has been crystallized or extracted.
Waste liquors.
oafAn awkward stupid person.
They are just big clumsy oafs.
overuseMake use of too often or too extensively.
Overuse of natural resources.
plastered(of hair) made smooth by applying a sticky or glossy substance.
I went out and got totally plastered.
relishMake pleasant to the taste add relish to.
She swigged a mouthful of wine with relish.
revelerA celebrant who shares in a noisy party.
The clubs attract revelers as young as thirteen.
revelryLively and noisy festivities, especially when these involve drinking a large amount of alcohol.
Sounds of revelry issued into the night.
soberMake or become sober after drinking alcohol.
Keep him in bed until he sobers up.
spreeTake part in a spree.
Crews were seldom going ashore and therefore seldom going on the spree.
tippleDrink alcohol, especially habitually.
She drank several glasses of sherry her favourite tipple.
tipsyUnstable and prone to tip as if intoxicated.
A tipsy boat.
Associations of "Revel" (30 Words)

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