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Use "wassails" in a sentence
"While the Lord of Misrule led the reveling, banishing the darkness, as wassails party away evil spirits, it's Malvolio who bears the burden for all those future aspirations by becoming a scapegoat and the embodiment of gloomy superstitious fears, that is up until the point where the ridicule and the jokes turn sour."
"If the macaronic inclusion of ecclesiastical Latin is too sober for your holiday, you can always set the Wayback Machine to last year's wassails."
"My personal preference is for wassails — if you're not sure what a wassail involves, the almost always suspect Wikipedia actually nails this one: Wassailing is the practice of going door-to-door singing Christmas carols until paid to go away and leave the occupants in peace."