merry definition

  • adjective:
    • Full of high-spirited gaiety; jolly.
    • Marked by or supplying enjoyable and gaiety; festive: a merry evening.
    • Archaic Delightful; entertaining.
    • Brisk: a merry rate.
    • Jolly and saturated in large spirits
    • Festive and filled with fun and laughter
    • Brisk
    • pleased or showing enjoyment
    • Laughingly homosexual; filled with good laughter and great spirits; jovial; inclined to laughter or play; sportive.
    • Cheerful; joyous; maybe not unfortunate; happy.
    • Causing laughter, mirth, gladness, or delight.
    • fast and energetic
    • full of or showing high-spirited merriment
    • providing fun and gaiety
  • noun:
    • A kind of crazy purple cherry.
    • The crazy cherry of England, Prunus avium.
  • others:
    • Exciting thoughts of satisfaction and. gladness; causing cheerfulness or light-heartedness; pleasant; delightful; happy: as, the merry thirty days of might; a merry spectacle.
    • Playfully cheerful or gay; enlivened with gladness or great spirits; mirthful in message or activity; frolicsome; hilarious; jubilant: because, a merry organization.
    • Sportive and mirthful in quality or personality; jocund; jovial; rollicking; funny: as, a merry heart; a merry track.
    • Brisk; lively; cheery.
    • saturated in gibes: sneering; sarcastic.
    • To make merry or glad; kindly; gratify; delight.
    • Merrily; in a lively manner.

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