- n a jovial nature
- n a boisterous celebration; a merry festivity
- The conviviality actually began in the early afternoon, with the pre-party to be at the home of former Hardball Producer Tammy Haddad.
- They were sitting practically toe-to-toe, and there was no forced conviviality.
- Her dour demeanor contrasted poorly with that of her fellow Belgian tennis rival Kim Clijsters, whose joie de vivre and conviviality lit up the women's circuit.
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Local craft beer conviviality consortium Brews Up ’s message to San Diego suds fan this summer is “riddle me this.”
July 8, 2013 - San Diego Reader
- London Grove cuts the ribbon on its new spray irrigation
LONDON GROVE -- To see the joy and conviviality among London Grove Township officials on Monday, one would think they were celebrating a new birth.
July 5, 2013 - Avon Grove Sun
- Jason Kenney in Edmonton Sun
Kenney described it on Twitter as "one of the year's best schmoozefests -- one of the few nights of the year when conviviality trumps Ottawa's often brainless partisanship."
- Alessandra Stanley in mediabistro.com (blog)
At the Times Alessandra Stanley says: "It was a strained and illuminating conversation......Ms. Palin, who kept inserting Mr. Gibson's nickname, Charlie, into her answers, as if to convey an old hand's conviviality, tried to project self-confidence,...
- Walt Whitman in Philadelphia Inquirer
Or, as Whitman wrote: "After you have exhausted what there is in business, politics, conviviality, love, and so on . . . what remains? Nature remains."