- n. a party held on the anniversary of someone's birth
“Everyone gets a party-bag packed with a disposable camera, sunscreen and a hat—a customized baseball cap or paper tiara will make it easier to spot members of the birthday party in the crowds.”
“Some years ago, the Banqueting House returned to its full Jacobean splendor when Simon Thurley, then curator of the Historic Royal Palaces, hosted his birthday party there, a full Jacobean costume extravaganza.”
“In the first grade, I was the one who invited Sylvia Unger to my birthday party nine years before her first suicide attempt, and from the second grade on, the weird and friendless sat with me at lunch.”
“And since I attended practically every christening, communion, and birthday party the Castillito family threw, I truly felt like an adopted daughter.”
“Yesterday Gwen Stefani and her sons Kingston and Zuma attended a superhero-themed birthday party in Hollywood, and both of the boys went as Batman.”
““Or the time we threw Harrison that surprise birthday party at Hunan Grill?””
“On page 358 of the Crüe biography The Dirt, Tommy Lee mentions that Pamela threw a massive birthday party for him when he turned thirty-three, and Lee says she “cranked our favorite band, Radiohead, on the sound system.””
“At a Halloween-time birthday party my daughter attended recently, plastic vampire fangs were handed out as favors.”
“In middle school, at a birthday party truth-or-dare game, Angie and I kissed for the first time.”
“Justin Ettelbrick had thrown a big blowout birthday party every July first since the eighth grade.”
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