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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of carouse.


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  • Movies like "Bad Santa" in which he smokes, drinks and carouses don't help Saint Nick's image.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2009

  • Movies like "Bad Santa" in which he smokes, drinks and carouses don't help St. Nick's image.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2009

  • Here Lord Menteith again interposed, and the concord of the company being with no small difficulty restored, was cemented by some deep carouses.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • Bucklaw, shut out from his usual field-sports and joyous carouses by the necessity of remaining concealed within the walls of the castle, became a joyless and uninteresting companion.

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • He was sorry for his dark carouses, but he warned his fiancée that he would “be very cross for a few days”after forswearing his habitual stimulants.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • To appreciate how well this nerd-within-the-CIA-and-NSA nonsense actually works out, it's only necessary to watch the panache with which the cast of "Chuck" carouses through the first episodes.

    Fever in the Brain

  • She had lived only for a moment of love, only during the first ardour of passion, only during the first flush of youth; and then her grim betrayer had deserted her for the sword, for his comrades and his carouses.

    Taras Bulba

  • A friend, an artist, caught him in the act as he entered the room — a jolly fellow, always satisfied with himself, inflated by unattainable wishes, doing daily anything that came to hand, and taking still more gaily to his dinner and little carouses.

    The Mysterious Portrait

  • This idea had eaten into his brains, and in his heart the desire grew stronger and stronger to sever all his connections with this empty and wearisome life, with his godfather, with the steamers, the barges and the carouses, with everything amidst which it was narrow and stifling for him to live.

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • Amid the burning turmoil of carouses, in the crowd of people, seized by debauchery, perplexed by violent passions, half-crazy in their longing to forget themselves — only Sasha was calm and contained.

    The Man Who Was Afraid


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