Lively celebration with others; merrymaking: eight months of commemorative jollification for the Eiffel Tower began in March [count noun]: he could have gone into London and enjoyed the jollifications
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- As a lover of festivity and general jollification, anytime the word ‘celebrate’ pops up I automatically conjure images of achievement being saluted with pomp relevant to the circumstance and, of course, appropriate catering.
- He had picked up the art of jollification at Oxford, entering ‘manfully into all their parties and scenes of dissipation.
- No, it's not the commercialisation that gets my goat, it's the forced jollification.
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