He revelled in bloody gladiatorial displays, and the sharpest swords used on such occasions were called "Drusine."
He revelled in all the mysteries of watermarks, title-pages, colophons, catch-words and the like; yet he treated bibliography as an important science.
It revelled in rich detail, and close masses of lines, as in wigs and ribbed dresses.
Among the Roman nobles who revelled in the newly acquired riches of the East, Lucullus stood pre-eminent.
Like the rest of the Megarian school he revelled in verbal quibbles, proving that motion and existence are impossible.