What is another word for Reveling?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɛvəlɪŋ] (IPA)

Reveling is a word that refers to a state of joyful, carefree celebration or enjoyment. Some synonyms for this word include merrymaking, carousing, partying, jubilating, exulting, frolicking, and whooping it up. Other words that convey a similar sense of enthusiasm and pleasure include rejoicing, revelling, jollifying, and basking in the moment. These words can be used to describe everything from a rowdy night out with friends to a peaceful afternoon spent enjoying nature. No matter how you choose to revel, these synonyms are sure to help you express your excitement and delight with the world around you.

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Usage examples for Reveling

He did not look it-this graceful, handsome young man, gifted with that peculiar sort of beauty which you see in Goethe's face, in Byron's, indicating what may be called the Greek temperament-the nature of the old Attic race-sensuous, not sensual; pleasure-loving, passionate, and changeable; not intentionally vicious, but Reveling in a sort of glorious enjoyment, intellectual and corporeal, to which every thing else is sacrificed-in short, the heathen as opposed to the Christian type of manhood-a type, the fascination of which lasts as long as the body lasts, and the intellect; when these both fail, and there is left to the man only that something which we call the soul, the immortal essence, one with Divinity, and satisfied with nothing less than the divine-alas for him!
"Christian's Mistake"
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
But I was not long permitted to enjoy the undisturbed possession of this temple of sweet dreams, Reveling in my imagination at the idea of what I should do if I possessed such a place.
"Paul Patoff"
F. Marion Crawford
At eight o'clock the next morning she returned to her room, a cloak which Clarice Stuart had brought thrown over her garments of the Reveling night.
"The Salamander"
Owen Johnson

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