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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of carouse.


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  • Victor got over his lunacy, rejoined Axel and me, and after that we caroused somewhat more discreetly.

    Chapter 16

  • Galeano's little book of the past with Montevideo, Sao Paulo; when they caroused all night into the early morning hours the next day in the midst of hangovers spitting phlegm on the muddy tracks of grass making those spectacular goals to keep them from going back to the docks, factories and mines that always wait


  • And I cajoled and caroused and codingled a steak dinner from her if she ever sold this novel.

    November 17th, 2009

  • Instead, he cursed, caroused and shocked moviegoers as the hard-drinking reprobate coach and player for a ragtag hockey team in 1977's Slap Shot, one of the rowdiest, crudest, funniest and most scathingly honest sports comedies ever.

    Paul Newman: A rare breed

  • Though they laughed and caroused, few of them looked up.


  • Across the league, reporters and players rode together on the same trains and planes; played cards together, drank together, caroused together, and drank some more.


  • Father Floyd guzzled moonshine, caroused a bit and ran a sawmill that provided hard wages while relieving him of a few fingers.

    "Nashville Chrome," a novel by Rick Bass, about the Browns

  • They drank to excess together, caroused together and got into scrapes with the law together.

    Micky Mantle - Baseball's Tragic Hero

  • Representatives of dozens of species caroused at booths and tables or harangued the several bartenders.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • She went to bed early while the rest of us stayed up, caroused, made music.



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