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- noun One who
- noun One who attends an event without an invitation
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- noun someone who gets in (to a party) without an invitation or without paying
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Times are hard, being portrayed as a 'party-crasher' is "the most devastating thing that's ever happened to us."
He's known as the crasher squirrel, and he's all the rage online.
A woman who chose not to be identified voices her opinion to Tea Party "crasher" Mary Schorsch of Beech Island, S.C., at Augusta Common.
I use trunk builds, and I am not crashing anywhere that has been pointed out to be a 'crasher' ...
I bet you can even tell me what color dress the female White House "crasher" was wearing.
White House 'crasher' Michaele Salahi confirmed for 'Real Houseives in D.C.'
Mr. Yorio has never actually had to turn away a crasher trying to impersonate Ms. Wintour, the famously intimidating editor of Vogue.
Ty Yorio can spot a fashion-show crasher faster than a designer can identify a counterfeit handbag.
Recently, our good friend and local political rockstar President Barack Obama was the surprise guest and chief party crasher at OpenlineBlog. com's 2009 Holiday Party, presented by Google, at the soon-to-be-opened new $120 million Aurora Police Headquarters.
Previously, alleged party crasher and former Real Housewives of D.C. star Michaele Salahi was supposed to join the cast, but was booted from the show in March.