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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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The Roebuck has been known to attract some famous celebrity carousers in the past - notably Richard Harris, particularly during rugby matches at nearby Twickenham.
The wine was aflow and food a-plenty and, just before the remaining few carousers were ejected from the premises, a debate over the taboo subject of institutional racism broke out, which saw ambitious young Labour cabinet member Nick Small "prodded" in the back of the head by Princes Park councillor Anna Rothery.
With great relish, Feiffer recalls the easy camaraderie of "high spirited drunks, carousers, and practical jokers," men who never had an illusion that they toiled for anything more than "tomorrow's garbage" and who "devoted their energy, brilliance, and passion to a product that, once completed, they enjoyed demeaning.
Packing racecourses with itinerant carousers is the pragmatic limit of horseracing's populist appeal and the dedicated live with it, just about.
Dozens of police arrived in large riot buses to keep carousers away from traffic and make fruitless pleas for everyone to go home.
The primary narrative tension of this complex book (more on the complexity below) is between Rex and Gordon--old friends, once fellow carousers and sometime blood brothers, now uneasy allies--over their sharply differing convictions about what constitutes a viable human community.
Almost to the day 12 months ago, I witnessed this rabble of carousers whip up a wonderful festive storm to a sell-out Newcastle crowd and, on Thursday night, they did it again.
While some earlier paintings from this body of work depict sexless green heads with ominously empty eyes, here Bickerton's carousers have the island mostly to themselves.
He heads Chapter 10 with a verse from Joel calling on drunkards to awake and weep and howl because of the new wine (1:5), and tails with another prophet, this time Isaiah (5:11-12) bringing woe upon the drinkers and carousers.
This is not a place for late-night carousers, and that's the way we like it.
The scene returns to its musical roots as many of the lines are sung by the assembled carousers.
The title piece, "Night Roamers," describes the Sunday-night carousers of Kristiana, mostly working-class people who desperately try to enjoy themselves into the wee small hours before having to go to work on Monday.