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Synonyms for carouse



Synonyms for carouse

Synonyms for carouse

revelry in drinking

engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking

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And of course, when the bleeding remnants of Bob and Nicky were sent packing in their skiff, the event must needs be celebrated in further carousal.
In the mean time, Major Hartmann began to grow noisy and jocular; glass succeeded glass, and mug after mug was introduced, until the carousal had run deep into the night, or rather morning; when the veteran German ex- I pressed an inclination to return to the mansion- house.
Tenders are invited for uran lpg terminal has three kosan carousals with 24 stations in each carousal.
According to Sill: "It turned out that she had, upon mere hearsay [she had heard from her husband], directly and squarely charged the officers and men with drunken and disgraceful carousals on the public streets." Sill demanded Samuel Moore to provide him the names of witnesses, but Moore claimed he could no longer remember the facts.
The artist explained that many of these works deal with late carousals until 5 a.m.
Hoffmann and Alcohol, Victoria Dutchman-Smith does not dwell on (auto)biographical accounts of nightly carousals, but rather focuses on the prejudices and agendas behind depictions of Hoffmann as the "Poet des Weinrausches" and on the function of alcohol as a symbol or structuring device in Hoffmann's literary works.
It also boasts 16 check-in counters, four security checkpoints, plus a modern conveyor baggage departure system with inline x-ray screening and three inclined baggage claim carousals in the arrivals hall.
And the village has its own cove, with three towering rocks standing guard over a tiny beach where the local artistic community is rumoured to bathe naked at night during noisy carousals.
Their night time carousals may have enhanced their sense of autonomy and served as a safety valve, releasing the steam of social disorder, but Ekirch comes to the inescapable conclusion that the lower classes must also have suffered severe and chronic sleep deprivation.
A short while later, when the suitors conspire to arouse Chaereas' jealousy by planting evidence of a komos at the door of the now married couple, Callirhoe responds to Chaereas' accusations by declaring: "No one has caroused at my father's house; perhaps your door is used to carousals, and your marriage is distressing to your lovers [erastai]" (1.3.6).
"Here, after carousals, reporters used to be deposited till sober enough to make out their shorthand notes and write their reports."