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- v. To attend a social event without having been invited, or without having paid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to enter uninvited into a party or other social event.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. enter uninvited; informal
Officials suspect the new members will attempt to "gatecrash" congress, despite not having registered in time.
The high heart of the gatecrash is a dimness here—he is muddled and wrung out and can’t get his bad-ass glare to function.
Pakistan felt this was a G-4 attempt to "gatecrash" into Security Council as Permanent Members.
Mr Nowak was put on a plane to Johannesburg on Thursday morning: Zanu-PF accused him then of trying to "gatecrash".
Couple 'gatecrash' Barack Obama's White House dinner
Hughes needs the guile of Dalglish to gatecrash top table
It feels edgy – in one scene the fictional gang members gatecrash a party by climbing over the garden wall.
She refused to believe that a senior Norwich Green tried to spoil and gatecrash his way in to a Liberal Democrat meeting at the last General Election in Norwich.
“The Interruption” is a story about a hobo dared on by his friend to gatecrash a wedding, shocking all within with his shocking presence.
Or, if you're Dexter Morgan, blood spatter distribution expert and increasingly erratic vigilante murderer, you decide this is the time to gatecrash dinner at the Trinity Killer's house.
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