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- n. One who revels; a party goer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See reveler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a celebrant who shares in a noisy party
The French kids are the worst because they want to be Anglo-Saxons," said Jean-Christophe, a waiter, shaking his head in front of the Saint Michel archangel fountain, which dominates the square and is currently full of white bath foam and at least one mooning reveller."
I expect this stodgy indie-rock will worm its way into the hearts of many a worse-for-wear reveller over festival season.
Miguel Vidal/Reuters A Carnival reveller participated in the "O Entroido" festival in the village of Laza, Spain, Tuesday.
Hundreds of festivalgoers pressed around the prince, while one reveller? perhaps after a little too much sun or cider? shouted: "We love you Charles!"
Revellers prepared to catch another reveller as he jumped off from a recycling bin during the start of the festival Tuesday.
There are 2 types of drunken reveller; there are the violent gangs of drunken youths who cause the trouble.
But when she saw an EU flag being waved by a reveller at the last night of the proms, she did the only sensible thing and stole it.
Jesus Luz, underwear model and aspiring mixmaster,was showing off his spinning skills at a Carnival party in Rio de Janeiro when a pissed off reveller hurled beer at him, spywitnesses spilled to Rio tab iG Gente.
“Demi got up and impressed everyone, especially when she spun around the pole upside down,” a fellow reveller gushed to the tab this week.
Already he had earned the reputation of a good boon companion, a cheery reveller, and withal a man of high temper, who would not take an insult even from the all-powerful Boss himself.
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