make merry


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make merry

to have fun; to have an enjoyable time. The guests certainly made merry at the wedding. The children were making merry in the backyard.
See also: make, merry

make ˈmerry

(old-fashioned) enjoy yourself by singing, laughing, drinking, etc: There was a group of rugby players making merry in the bar last night until gone 2 o’clock. ▶ ˈmerrymaking noun: There was a lot of merrymaking in this town when Leeds won the cup final.
See also: make, merry