It was Merriam-Webster’s word of the day a while back, so I wrote this context clues worksheet on the verb regale. It is used both intransitively and transitively. I’m not sure high school students need to use it at all; if you think they do, or at least might, then it’s yours for the taking.
It means “to entertain sumptuously : feast with delicacies” and “to give pleasure or amusement to <regaled us with tall tales>.”
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