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  • n. One who parties.

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Examples

  • He was described as a "partier" and his break from the ASP World Tour was framed by media outlets as a loss of the will to compete, as seen in two separate interviews on Surfline in 2008 and 2009.

    Tetsuhiko Endo: Demystifying the Death of Andy Irons

  • I hope the black tea partier was able to stomach the racist signs his fellow tea partiers were holding at the town halls, and the lies they were telling about the president.

    Think Progress » Steele: ‘Dog And Pony’ Televised Health Care Summit ‘Should Have Taken Place A Year Ago’

  • So while Britney hasn ` t been perfect, she ` s definitely not been the poster child for being a completely bad mother, where Kevin is just really known as a partier, he ` s looked upon by many as an opportunist, and people feel like he ` s trying to use Britney ` s fame to not only catapult his career but really set him up for life.

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2006

  • Tom Hanks played Wilson, who was well known as a partier and womanizer.

    Cincinnati Local News Headlines | WCPO.com

  • Julia Roberts may not be known as a partier, but the gorgeous actress still knows how to have a good time.

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  • Like the saying goes, your past will always haunt you, and Kim was known as a partier for much of his early PGA Tour career. was described, by Kim himself, as a "vodka-fueled rookie season in 2007. it was all a blur."

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  • : "He was known as a partier, as a guy looking for a good time, but not much more".

    Baseball Crank

  • If you're a "partier" and like to imbibe, informing the world that you just smoked a joint is not only one of the worst things you could do for your career, it also makes all your friends guilty by association.

    Robert Siciliano: Social Media Privacy and Personal Security Issues

  • This could be either very bad, or not so bad, because "partier" and "murderer" are not synonymous.

    June 2009

  • I ` ve read the documents that said that she at one point had a boyfriend that was a, quote, "partier," which implies drugs, and that she was involved in breaking into people ` s homes and was caught and sent to prison for, I believe, at least ten months.

    CNN Transcript Jun 16, 2009

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