Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of a party.

Etymologies

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party +‎ -like

Examples

  • Brandi Eggers, 31, created a partylike atmosphere in the hospital's waiting room.

    Couples throw 'reveal parties' to divulge unborn baby's gender

  • In past years, he's seen attendees so "preoccupied" with the partylike atmosphere that they skip out on some of the professional aspects of the show, such as the displays of global advertising.

    Cannes Lions ad festival may not roar so loudly this year

  • Even though she didn't wear the traditional higab (head scarf), and prayed and fasted only sporadically, she was uncomfortable with the partylike atmosphere of her college dorms.

    EXPLORING ONE'S RELIGION

  • He arrived in South Vietnam a year later, to an almost partylike atmosphere, with girls kissing him and his buddies when they stepped off the ship.

    Perricone, Richard R.

  • The young men were a strange mix of jubilant and deadly serious; the street had an unsettling partylike atmosphere at times, shot through with intense violence.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Crouch said he was happy just to be a part of the rowdy, partylike scene that has become a highly anticipated tradition in the Philadelphia area.

    phillyBurbs.com: Home RSS feed

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