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Synonyms for party

celebrate

Synonyms

be a party to something

Synonyms

  • get involved in
  • be associated with
  • be a participant in
  • concern yourself with or in

Synonyms for party

a large or important social gathering

a group of people acting together in a shared activity

a group of individuals united in a common cause

one who participates

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

Synonyms for party

an organization to gain political power

have or participate in a party

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The Custom Kegger sports Johnson's "Duracoat" finish on all of the trailer's locks to protect against rust and corrosion.
Kirk after Yeoman Rand gets seduced by the pseudo Apollo and grabs the Enterprise like a frat house Frisbee at a galactic kegger.
We have a situation where comparisons are now distorted, where the numbers look like those from a softball kegger league.
That night we heard rumor of a kegger in a nearby small town.
It was a kegger atmosphere and Josh, Austin, and Jake got wild while the boys whooped and tipped 'em back.
I leaned more towards the modern kegger aesthetic with your Brodies and Doobies.
Here's a hypothetical: You and the bros are chillin' at a kegger in SC.
Given that precedent, one would think that Christians would host keggers every Sunday.
We still saw each other on weekends--at graduation parties, at keggers.
Everyone in town knew that he had had a drinking problem when he was young, and not the kind of problem most high school kids have, out at the pit or at keggers in the woods.
How many times a year does the average person past, say, the age of twenty--after contact sports and keggers but before canes and the fear of hip fracture--fall down?
Home to sweet historic bungalows, Spanish-colonial university buildings set on a picturesque campus, and leafy tree-lined streets, Chico today generates more buzz for its arts community than for its keggers.
They are 22-year-old college students who should be studying for finals and going to keggers, not patrolling in a country where the enemy straps on explosives and uses his body as a guided weapon.
After all, Bush (and Kerry, for that matter) was a member of the Cross & Bones society at Yale, which apparently has more evil intentions than keggers for over-privileged undergrads.