revel in

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revel in (something)

To be extremely happy or celebratory about something; to relish something. I miss the days when we could revel in the absolute freedom of summer. I could tell that he was reveling in the fact that I was going to fail.
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revel in something

to rejoice or celebrate about something. All the children reveled in the fresh, warm, spring air. Tony reveled in his success.
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revel in

To take great pleasure or pride in something: The actor reveled in the critic's praise.
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With the perfect face for radio, he seems to revel in giving us a laugh.
Now you can shrink your power supply or motor drive with a 1/2" flatpack handling the ripple current of two or three snap-in capacitors, and revel in your ultra compact and reliable design.
PRAGUE While its neighbors revel in multiplex booms, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, in particular, wait patiently like a pair of drooling, starving kids at a candy counter.
Run a mile and revel in the exhausting fullness of life.
Because the 14 November 1510 revel was produced 'by the Advyse of the erll of essex & so ouersene', for example, Richard Gibson mentions that the charges for it 'stondys At the Accownte by hym', and the Twelfth Night revel in 1516 was produced 'as well by the avyes of wyllyam kornyche as by the avyes of the master of the revelles'.
Owner, Francesca Tanedo, opened REVEL in January 2013 alongside her online shop, REVELSTYLE.