[ UK /kˈæɹa‍ʊs/ ]
[ US /kɝˈaʊz/ ]
  1. revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
  1. engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking
    They were out carousing last night
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How To Use carouse In A Sentence

  • He has become gruff and cold, a far cry from the playful, expansive carouser and rabble-rouser of the film's opening scenes. Come and Get It
  • And I cajoled and caroused and codingled a steak dinner from her if she ever sold this novel. November 17th, 2009
  • Ross drove aimlessly through the outer suburbs, sharing the wide, wet road with the occasional noctambulant alley cat, a carload of cheering carousers, and electric mini-van delivering milk.
  • He grinned; just another good-hearted carouser stretching a night of harmless merriment into the new day. Survived another workshop!
  • I was waiting at the luggage carousel and suddenly, beside me, was this six foot blonde Laplander. AN OLDER WOMAN
  • She stumbles off the escalator and is swept along with the crowd of Asian businessmen and tourists towards the luggage carousel.
  • Ferguson once coined the term "carousel" to describe Barca's dizzying passing game. The Seattle Times
  • The carousel was just a few feet from the wide front door of the store, which people traveling through the mall passed by all day long.
  • In fact, it's possible that mobile phone apps would multicast from a carousel - rather like Ceefax or digital TV.
  • She pondered her plan while she stood at the luggage carousel and stared blankly at the conveyor.
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