Marked by or offering fun and gaiety; festive: a merry evening. (adjective)
Archaic Delightful; entertaining.(adjective)
Brisk: a merry pace. (adjective)
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Use "merry" in a sentence
"But ere morning broke in upon them, many of the merry group were lying in a beastly state under the chairs and tables, or others had gone to bed; but this is what _they_ called spending a _merry night_."
"I use the term merry men not just as a very poor pun, but also because it perfectly encapsulates the group as an antagonistic presence in Hellsing."
"A new song is better to him than a new jacket, especially if bawdy, which he calls merry; and hates naturally the puritan, as an enemy to this mirth."