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used of riotously drunken merrymaking

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He was carousing on the field as Everton were regrouping to start the search for an equaliser.
But it's claimed Gemma, 37, decided to walk when the 30-year-old put his carousing ahead of her.
Milo has fun with the role, repeatedly making jokes about the audience "smoking, drinking and carousing...guzzling down Jim Beam" as they watch the InfoWars livestream show.
The stylish Wyngarde and the characters he portrayed have been cited by the creators of the "Austin Powers" films as one of the inspirations for the fictional 1960s spy with a flair for flashy outfits and a taste for carousing.
As locals cry out for affordable housing, The Ned, with its 15 bars, nine restaurants and [euro]2,700-anight rooms, offers affordable carousing - for the rich.
A week later - after seven days of carousing, which involved two Swedish blondes, a night with Miss Great Britain, a casual encounter at the airport with a woman whose name he didn't catch and a night with a young Belgian beauty - Frank retook the medical.
The first half, despite B-side knockout The Delaney, fell surprisingly flat and a carousing late version of Can't Stand Me Now didn't entirely rescue things.
The research showed that eating and drinking (water) made no difference to the way students felt after a night of carousing.
This year marks the centenary of the carousing poet's birth and a series of events have been taking place to mark the milestone.
In The Ballad of a Small Player, "Lord Doyle," a man In hiding who siphoned his wealth from an elderly widow, spends nights carousing and losing his fortunes on the baccarat tables.
So even though most of us are watching the telly with a cuppa and a bag of Walkers we'll lead our cyberspace chums to believe we're out carousing around the city or watching a fantastic film or planning a round the world trip.
We are reminded that we have to make sure that our hearts do not become drowsy from carousing and drunkenness and the anxieties of daily life, that we should be vigilant at all times and pray that we have the strength to stand before the Son of Man.
Between bouts of drinking and carousing, Fahrenwald participated in raids with the French resistance until he was captured by Germans.
Qatar's football boss insisted the issue is being discussed with FIFA, but he saw "no reason" for carousing in stadiums.
The report urges officers to "watch out" for "late-night carousing, long sessions, yet another bottle of wine at lunch - there are all long-standing media tactics to get you to spill the beans.