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Synonyms for merry

Synonyms for merry

marked by festal celebration

Synonyms for merry

full of or showing high-spirited merriment

offering fun and gaiety

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quick and energetic

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definitely don't be a good nor a big fan to join in the merrier.
T IS unlikely the finest IIjockey in our islands will ever be known as Moore The Merrier, but he picked up the Rowley Mile over the weekend and shook it by the scruff of the neck until a pair of Guineas winners fell out.
THE HOLIDAY SEASON WAS A LITTLE MERRIER FOR CALIFORNIA LAWMAKERS, THANKS TO THE CITIZENS COMPENSATION COMMISSION'S DECISION TO RAISE SALARIES by some $5,000 effective Dec.
The more the merrier, traveling with friends is always more fun
The More the Merrier promotion offers A+ Rewards frequent flier members an opportunity to earn a credit for themselves and a credit for each A+ Rewards member in their party on round-trip flights from Atlanta, US.
The More the Merrier promotion allows A+ Rewards frequent flier members to earn a credit for themselves and a credit for each A+ Rewards member in their party, up to four bonus credits per reservation, on round-trip services from Atlanta between 29 November 2010 and 31 January 2011.
BOSTON - No matter how old he has been, no matter what uniform he has been wearing, no matter where he has been pitching, it has always been the Moyer the Merrier when the Red Sox go up against venerable southpaw Jamie Moyer.
It all got merrier with vodka shots and coconut water.
IT WAS a case of the more, the merrier when twins and triplets from across the North East came together for a special event.
The Technical Rubber Products business unit of Lanxess has opened a laboratory for dynamic mechanical analyses within its Polymer Testing department and linked with Merrier Toledo for customer testing.
The More the Merrier Christmas Beauty evening at Selfridges Birmingham was the ultimate in old school festive glamour, from the Ratpack tribute duo doing their very best Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to the complimentary mince pies and mulled wine served to every attendee.
The more the merrier, for there's plenty of room for them all.
Feel free to smell the virtual flowers with us anytime, Dubai - the more the merrier.
For Irwin, who died earlier this week, life was not remotely like this at all: It was a carnival of animals -- the more the merrier, the more dangerous the better.
Are one-person bands the way of the future, the more the merrier, or are they over-saturating?