regale [ ri-geyl ]
verb (used with object), re·galed, re·gal·ing.
1. to entertain lavishly or agreeably; delight.
2. to entertain with choice food or drink.
verb (used without object), re·galed, re·gal·ing.
3. to feast.
4. a sumptuous feast.
5. a choice article of food or drink.
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amuse, entertain, satisfy, gratify, feast, serve, ply, divert, delight, please, refresh, fracture, party, nurture, grab, laugh it up
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Origin: 1650–60; < French régaler, derivative of régal(e), Old French rigale, derivative of gale festivity (with prefix of rigoler to amuse oneself), derivative of galer to make merry; see gallant
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