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regale (one) with (something)

1. To provide a great deal of excitement, amusement, or amusement to one with something, especially a story. He's been regaling us with tales of his adventures across Europe. I regaled them with a song-and-dance routine I've been working on for the past couple of weeks.
2. To provide a huge range or amount of food and drink to one; to provide one with a feast. The bosses said they're planning on regaling us all with a huge company dinner as a way of saying thank you for all our hard work over the last few years. The Andersons always make a point of regaling the neighborhood with a massive spread of food at the end of each summer.
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regale someone with something

to present a great deal of something, such as lavish entertainment or fine food, to someone. They regaled their guests with food and music well into the night. The committee was regaled with tales of wrongdoing by the government.
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Though we are truly grateful for the Though we are truly grateful for the introduction of Lilium regale, the lily family is huge and full of variety.
Dutch Regale has three locations, each with two multi-deck, artisan hearth ovens that measure two meters across by two meters deep.
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'John Charles' he exclaimed, 'Il Gigante', and went on to regale me with Charles's achievements with Juventus, the team he supported.
In "Countdown to Unhappiness," Sophie Calle will regale visitors with the story of her most miserable experience, as well as tragic tales she has elicited from others over the years.
Some gas stations have installed TV-like monitors to regale you with commercials at the pumps.
Two chapters treat extensively, if somewhat inconclusively, lordship or dominium, in its confusing of concepts of jurisdiction and property, where government works to displace ownership; although in both Terrevermeille and in Fortescue the hereditary nature of kingship persists, a stronger sense of incorporation of that dominium that is both politicum et regale distinguishes Fortescue.
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Little surprise then that the visit to Almondbury next week of the Collegium Regale (it's Latin for King's College) is causing such a stir.
Presented from the Blue Peter Garden, the first programme has a cosmopolitan feel as Joel Defries, Helen Skelton and Andy Akinwolere regale viewers with tales from their recent summer trip to Italy.
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Having grown many in the past or seen them in other people's gardens, I know that the photographs are superb but the real thing far exceeds them - the crystalline surface of the petals of Narcissus poeticus recurvus, the poet's daffodil, the scent of a Regale lily on a sultry, summer's evening when the perfume takes over and transports all who experience it to another place - that's why I can't resist bulbs.
In honour of the royal wedding, the castle is resurrecting some of history's greatest monarchs and transporting them to the castle to meet guests and regale them with regal tales and stories.
We can rest assured that whatever he writes, the freedom of speech allowed in this country will allow him to continually regale us with his thoughts.
By hiring musical bands and folk singers, they leave no stone unturned to regale them.