from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A party at which guests stay overnight or for several days in a residence, such as the home of the one giving the party.
- n. The guests at such a party.
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- n. a party lasting over one or more nights at a large house
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Although it seems as if the house party is a whose who of artistic Paris, they were all really friends.
The house party is the best place to pull an all-nighter.
I didn't know where he was rushing to after the game on Sunday -- until I found out that his "big bro" LeBron James was throwing a house party in Los Angeles for Wall and some other young prospects and rookies-to-be, including Minnesota's Jonny Flynn.
Amanda Monti, 24, flew into a rage when Geoffrey Jones, 37, rejected her advances at the end of a house party, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
A house party team would meet in advance for training and preparation.
YELLIN (voice-over): A sentiment echoed by this small business owner at a campaign house party.
YELLIN: A sentiment echoed by this small-business owner at a campaign house party.
I was able to receive plenty of compliments when playing some of the tracks at a house party.
On Friday, October 2 - the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi and the United Nations 'declared International Day of Non-Violence, we can make a difference in the lives of the daughters of prostitutes living in Sonagachi - the largest red light district in Calcutta - just by hosting a house party.
Stopped by the Downtown San Antonio office today to pick up some lawn signs for the house party I'm having ... it was humming.
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