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revel
used in Moby Dick

2 uses
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Definition
to take delight in

or:

to party — especially in a noisy way
  • Gently he insinuates his vast bulk among them again and revels there awhile, still in tantalizing vicinity to young Lothario, like pious Solomon devoutly worshipping among his thousand concubines.
    Chapters 88-90 -- Schools and Schoolmasters; Fast-Fish and Loose-Fish; Heads or Tails (16% in)
  • And thus, though surrounded by circle upon circle of consternations and affrights, did these inscrutable creatures at the centre freely and fearlessly indulge in all peaceful concernments; yea, serenely revelled in dalliance and delight.
    Chapters 85-87 -- The Fountain; The Tail; The Grand Armada (90% in)

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