- merrymaking; gaiety and fun; mirth; hilarity
- Obs. something that amuses or entertains
Merriment is defined as fun, gaiety and enjoyable or festive activities and interactions.
General holiday cheer and holiday parties and festivities are all examples of merriment.
High-spirited fun and enjoyment; hilarity.
- One of the signature games is the "Quest," when teams of passengers compete in outrageous tasks for prizes and the merriment of their fellow guests.
- Instead of sending plain, predictable Christmas cards this year, consider choosing electronic Christmas cards to add a bit of high-tech holiday merriment to your seasonal greetings.
- Dress in holiday attire or hold a seasonal greeting sign to add more merriment to these electronic cards.
- A picnic lunch, frisbee or a baseball and bat can add an element of carefree merriment to your outing.Book a basketball or tennis court and challenge each other to a game.
- Taking a cue from the accolades Gucci received with the release of their charm bracelet lines, the company took the concept one step further and created an arresting amalgamation of superior timekeeping and unbridled merriment.