carouser


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Synonyms for carouser

someone who enjoys riotous drinking

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The InTouch cover story, which claimed that Aniston is pregnant, also alleged that Theroux was a "changed man", going from "commitment-phobe carouser to doting dad-to-be overnight".
This momentary escape from the pressures of their social responsibilites, which they acheived by donning the mask of a child, a homosexual of pastoral lover, or an inebriated carouser, allowed them to return, refreshed, from their lyric interlude to resume the burden of their social identity.
Like Squire Western in Fielding's Tom Jones, Sir John can no better judge the manners, or the moral character, of a gentleman who hunts, and consequently steer young Marianne away from a pursuing Willoughby than Squire Western could separate his admiration for Tom Jones, the huntsman and carouser, from Tom Jones, the gentleman who will pursue the Squire's own daughter, Sophie.
He always seemed to me to be somewhat larger than life--a John Wayne, a drinker, a fighter, and a carouser before his marriage, who (to the surprise of the entire village) settled down into a semi-respectable life once he marched down the aisle.
Sebastian Rolvenden is gifted with the written remains of his namesake grandfather's life: a journal of sorts a map and letters which reveal that his vicar ancestor was much more than a religious man in his earlier days; he was a bohemian a carouser and--perhaps--a murderer.
Plummer, the callous carouser who was already a noted Shakespearean actor in Canada, was summoned to England by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
LOS ANGELES: The planet's "happiliest'' married man, Ashton Kutcher, was once a champion carouser until he met his wife five years ago and became a changed man.
(The future senator graduated 894th out of a Naval Academy class of 899, but that was only marginally worse than his father, who was 423rd out of 441.) One reason for the poor academic performance was that each McCain was a five-star binge drinker and carouser. Grandpa "smoked, swore, drank, and gambled at every opportunity he had," Sen.
And there was gambling, and drinking: "Everyone drank, my grandfather especially; he was said to have been the greatest carouser of them all" {K}.
Gardner was no slouch drinker either, able to match legendary tipplers like Richard Burton on the set of "The Night of the Iguana." Her drinking got so bad fellow carouser Mitchum avoided meeting her in Madrid, an associate recalls in one of the book's most amusing, and bittersweet, anecdotes.
Here, for example, is Merton, a onetime carouser, "proud and boastful ...
Fellow Wembley Wizard Hughie Gallacher was reputed to be Chelsea's greatest carouser. The one-time Newcastle hero was known to be found stretched out on a local pavement on the Friday night, but in gloriously elusive form the following afternoon.
The Prince of The Famous Victories is a highwayman and carouser who consorts with like-minded companions, though these underworld friends belong to the knighthood rather than to the lower classes of Hal's mostly untitled and unlearned companions in Shakespeare's plays.
In Kempton's view, Dorsey's "great accomplishment" was to make "'precious Lord, take my hand' feel the same as 'baby, please don't go.'" Dorsey, the believer and the artist, provides a worthy foil to Stagolee, the carouser, brawler and killer who has haunted far too many accounts of black pop.
In spite of his earlier solitude, James was a natural carouser. He quickly found himself partying with the smartest sets.