1. revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
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How To Use carousal In A Sentence

  • I know exactly what you mean," Data said, clearing the evidence of last night's carousal into the recycler. The Beast That Resembles A Poem(A Handy Resource for Architects,Engineers, and Students)
  • Personally, I don't know why they can't find a new vendor for a small group of amusement park rides: A Ferris wheel, carousal, etc - stuff that every age can enjoy, along with a few carnival games. Sunday Op/Ed: Don’t Put the Chihuly Museum at Seattle Center « PubliCola
  • The Greek name alludes to the popular belief that the amethyst was a preventive of intoxication; hence beakers were made of amethyst for carousals, and inveterate drinkers wore amulets made of it to counteract the action of wine. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
  • For Rand had already feared this; had recalled the few infelicitous relations, legal and illegal, which were common to the adjoining camp, -- the flagrantly miserable life of the husband of a San Francisco anonyma who lived in style at the Ferry, the shameful carousals and more shameful quarrels of the Frenchman and Mexican woman who "kept house" at "the Crossing," the awful spectacle of the three half-bred Indian children who played before the cabin of a fellow miner and townsman. The Twins of Table Mountain
  • Now when the carousal was at an end, Al – Amin commanded one of his servants to fill the boat, wherein Ja’afar had come, with dirhams and dinars and all manner of jewels and jacinths and rich raiment and goods galore. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Down in the street he knew the burgh men were speeding the long winter nights with song and mild carousal; the lodges and houses up the way, each with its spirit keg and licence, gave noisiness to the home-returning of tenants for Lochow from the town, and as they went by Ladyfield in the dark they would halloo loudly to the recluse lad within who curled, nor shot, nor shintied, nor drank, nor did any of the things it was youth's manifest duty to do. Gilian The Dreamer His Fancy, His Love and Adventure
  • Cross's drunken carousal in the rain gave him pneumonia and Gladys stayed home from her job to nurse him. THE OUTSIDER
  • When the order of "boot and saddle" was given by Habershaw, the several members of the troop repaired to their horses, where a short time was spent in making ready for the march; after which the whole squad returned to the porch and occupied the few moments of delay in that loud and boisterous carousal which is apt to mark the conduct of such an ill-organized body in the interval immediately preceding the commencement of a day's ride. Horse-Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency.
  • Dimenon, looking untouched by the previous evening's carousal, arrived in the main dome with Margit, both suited up and ready to return to their base. Cattle Town
  • And of course, when the bleeding remnants of Bob and Nicky were sent packing in their skiff, the event must needs be celebrated in further carousal. Chapter 11
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