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- n. A person who carouses; a reveller
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who carouses; a reveler.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who carouses; a drinker; a toper; a noisy reveler or bacchanalian.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who enjoys riotous drinking
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When about half the folks raised their hands, he nodded with satisfaction, then recounted the night he spent in a Rhode Island lockup with the late Tom Blackaller, his skipper during the 1983 cup trials and a famous carouser.
For better or worse, I was a carouser, but when I got the news from Diane, it was like a cold shower.
He has become gruff and cold, a far cry from the playful, expansive carouser and rabble-rouser of the film's opening scenes.
But King's primary reputation has been as a classic carouser.
As the ghost of the legendary actor John Barrymore in the new Broadway comedy "I Hate Hamlet," he's perfectly cast: he's a brilliant actor, he's mercurial and he once had a reputation as a world-class carouser, Now, a month after opening night, Williamson is staying right in character-and embroidering his own colorful legend.
He grinned; just another good-hearted carouser stretching a night of harmless merriment into the new day.
Cause I iz a louzy carouser and couldn carry a tune even inna bucket.
George W. Bush, who received a code name when his father ( "Timberwolf") was president, was called "Tumbler," which some might think a reflection on his then-reputation as a carouser.
Three, it's open very late and offers a ready antidote for the late-night carouser cursed with a churning belly full of booze.
A champion carouser, after performing admirably at the Battle of Midway he had been caught in bed with the wife of a marine, who happened to be a champion boxer and cruelly beat up Browning.