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ca·rous·al

 (kə-rou′zəl)
n.
1. A riotous drinking party.
2. Boisterous drunken merrymaking or revelry.

carousal

(kəˈraʊzəl)
n
a merry drinking party

ca•rous•al

(kəˈraʊ zəl)

n.
a drunken revel.
[1755–1765]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.carousal - revelry in drinkingcarousal - revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
revel, revelry - unrestrained merrymaking

carousal

noun
A drinking bout:
Slang: bat, bender, booze, jag, tear.
Translations
حَفْلَةُ سُكْرٍ ومُجونٍ صاخِبَه
hýřenípitka
sviren
tivornya
drykkjusvall
pitka
içki âlemi

carousal

[kəˈraʊzəl] N (liter) → jarana f, parranda f

carousal

n (old)(Zech)gelage nt, → Schmaus m

carousal

[kəˈraʊzl] nbevuta

carouse

(kəˈrauz) verb
to take part in a noisy drinking session.
caˈrousal noun
References in classic literature ?
All are sated with this deep draught of pleasure, and eager to commence another trapping campaign; for hardship and hard work, spiced with the stimulants of wild adventures, and topped off with an annual frantic carousal, is the lot of the restless trapper.
In the mean time, Major Hartmann began to grow noisy and jocular; glass succeeded glass, and mug after mug was introduced, until the carousal had run deep into the night, or rather morning; when the veteran German ex- I pressed an inclination to return to the mansion- house.
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.
Never had Anna of Austria appeared to him so beautiful, amid balls, fetes, or carousals, as she appeared to him at this moment, dressed in a simple robe of white satin, and accompanied by Donna Estafania-- the only one of her Spanish women who had not been driven from her by the jealousy of the king or by the persecutions of Richelieu.
From reading he passed to sleeping, from sleeping to gossip in drawing rooms of the Club, from gossip to carousals and women; from carousals back to gossip, reading, and wine.
The long winter evenings within the castle of Torn were often spent in rough, wild carousals in the great hall where a thousand men might sit at table singing, fighting and drinking until the gray dawn stole in through the east windows, or Peter the Hermit, the fierce majordomo, tired of the din and racket came stalking into the chamber with drawn sword and laid upon the revellers with the flat of it to enforce the authority of his commands to disperse.
Leslie seemed always to enjoy those lighthouse carousals very much, and bloomed out for the time being into ready wit and beautiful laughter, or glowing-eyed silence.
I imagine, I said, at the next step in his progress, that there will be feasts and carousals and revellings and courtezans, and all that sort of thing; Love is the lord of the house within him, and orders all the concerns of his soul.
A few sidelong glances, and a whispered observation, that "the ghost was come," was all the notice he drew by his appearance, and we went on with our merry carousals as before, till he startled us all by suddenly drawing in his chair, and leaning forward with his elbows on the table, and exclaiming with portentous solemnity, - "Well
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DOWN: 1 Migrate 2 Tia Maria 3 Stan 4 Carousal 5 Veto 6 Raise 8 Curtailment 13 Flagrant 14 Marriage 15 Swedish 18 Dense 20 Feta 21 Cyan