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Synonyms for party



be a party to something


  • 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.
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.