REV'EL, verb intransitive [Latin rabo, rabio, to rage, whence rabies, rabid.]
1. To feast with loose and clamorous merriment; to carouse; to act the bacchanalian.
Antony, that revels long o'nights.
2. To move playfully or without regularity.
REV'EL, noun A feast with loose and noisy jollity.
Some men ruin the fabric of their bodies by incessant revels.
REVEL', verb transitive [Latin revello; re and vello, to pull.]
To draw back; to retract; to make a revulsion.