from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A festive party, often with dancing. Also called shindy.
- n. See shindy.
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- n. Noisy party or festivities.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A ball or dance; especially, a dance attended with a shindy or much uproar and rowdyism.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large and noisy party of people
It’s true that my ego isn’t complaining, but these naysayers may be interested to know that the real reason I decided to throw this shindig is actually the gifts I’ll be receiving from the 33 other heads of government attending the meeting.
As long as these stupidass repugs obstruct President Obama appointments these committees are as useless as a teabaggin shindig.
Party of the night - It has to be the SNP's knees up which could only be described as a shindig from what I saw of it on TV.
The shindig, which is now one of Canada's largest music festivals, goes down July 6 to 18 at Ottawa's Lebreton Flats.
Sponsored by our own Chow Bella blog, the shindig is a live "Battle of the Dishes" event featuring some of the Valley's best chefs to determine the top caramel maker in town.
The shindig was the week's 1st event celebrating a fashion blogger.
A zombie walk/date with Brad, Jared, and Carson/and a "shindig" to head to later.
In a few minutes, I’m going to wander over to Ellen’s place for her annual cookie-decorating shindig, which is guaranteed to be both tasty and cool.
It’s going to be quite a shindig, that is if we don’t all kill each other before it rolls around, Dorie especially.
Perplexed at why this holiday hasn't been a household word in many Jewish homes, Katznelson and some fellow Rebooters decided to throw a "shindig" featuring what they were interested in.