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Synonyms for carouse



Synonyms for carouse

Synonyms for carouse

revelry in drinking

engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking

References in classic literature ?
Like sailors, the Canadian voyageurs generally preface a long cruise with a carouse.
It was fight or look on, all day and every day; and sing, gamble, dance, carouse half the night every night.
Ayia Napa mayor Yiannis Carouses said he was satisfied there was yet another landmark point of reference that could be classed as a jewel for the city and an improvement to the aesthetics of the harbour area.
The 22-year-old scores hundreds, he bowls on the brisk side of fast-medium, he carouses and he raises hell.
As he feasts and carouses, stopping only to punish some of his less well behaved peasants, he little realises that in the surrounding woods and glades the Welsh are preparing for war.