Definitions

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  • adj. Of or relating to carnival.

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Examples

  • National Theatre, making carnivalistic rhythms by hitting drums, shaking tambourines, hitting cans with pens/phones/sticks, and rattling moneyboxes, dancing around a camp fire on the sidewalk in front of the National.

    Sigtryggur Magnason: The Icelandic "Facebook Revolution"

  • The duo and their numerous partners in stage crime delivered a typically carnivalistic set to the Basque masses, capping off a fantastic first day on top of the Kobeta hill.

    Virtual Festivals

  • The costumes, the stylish dancing, the vibrant music often bouncing along in a carnivalistic mood, were all ravishing but Bintley, with amazing inspiration, has left a sense of foreboding amidst the high jinks.

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