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  • n. One who revels; a party goer.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See reveler.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a celebrant who shares in a noisy party


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From revel +‎ -er


  • The French kids are the worst because they want to be Anglo-Saxons," said Jean-Christophe, a waiter, shaking his head in front of the Saint Michel archangel fountain, which dominates the square and is currently full of white bath foam and at least one mooning reveller."

    France's young binge drinkers upset cafe society with their 'British boozing'

  • I expect this stodgy indie-rock will worm its way into the hearts of many a worse-for-wear reveller over festival season.

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  • Miguel Vidal/Reuters A Carnival reveller participated in the "O Entroido" festival in the village of Laza, Spain, Tuesday.

    Fat Tuesday Festivities

  • Hundreds of festivalgoers pressed around the prince, while one reveller? perhaps after a little too much sun or cider? shouted: "We love you Charles!"

    Prince Charles goes to Glastonbury

  • Revellers prepared to catch another reveller as he jumped off from a recycling bin during the start of the festival Tuesday.

    Running of the Bulls

  • There are 2 types of drunken reveller; there are the violent gangs of drunken youths who cause the trouble.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • But when she saw an EU flag being waved by a reveller at the last night of the proms, she did the only sensible thing and stole it.


  • Jesus Luz, underwear model and aspiring mixmaster,was showing off his spinning skills at a Carnival party in Rio de Janeiro when a pissed off reveller hurled beer at him, spywitnesses spilled to Rio tab iG Gente.

    Madonna Makes Jesus Cry

  • “Demi got up and impressed everyone, especially when she spun around the pole upside down,” a fellow reveller gushed to the tab this week.

    Rumer Willis: “I’m Getting Used To My Hourglass Figure”

  • Already he had earned the reputation of a good boon companion, a cheery reveller, and withal a man of high temper, who would not take an insult even from the all-powerful Boss himself.



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