house party


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house party

n.
1. A party at which guests stay overnight or for several days in a residence, such as the home of the one giving the party.
2. The guests at such a party.

house party

n
1. a party, usually in a country house, at which guests are invited to stay for several days
2. the guests who are invited

house′ par`ty

or house′par`ty,


n.
1. the entertainment of guests for one or more nights at one's home or at another place, as a fraternity house.
2. the guests at such an affair or party.
[1875–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.house party - a party lasting over one or more nights at a large househouse party - a party lasting over one or more nights at a large house
party - an occasion on which people can assemble for social interaction and entertainment; "he planned a party to celebrate Bastille Day"
Translations

house party

nriunione f di ospiti (in una casa di campagna)
References in classic literature ?
To tell you the truth, I don't want anything in the nature of a house party.
I only wanted to make it plain that we don't require a house party next week.
Clara Hastings told me the other day that they're going to have a house party.
The time came, in the month of August, when he engaged additional servants to assist Lee Sing and dared a house party in his Mill Valley bungalow.
A HUGE brawl broke out at a house party in a leafy suburb after the event was advertised on Facebook and gatecrashers turned up.
KIDS at a house party smashed the windows of police cars when officers arrived at the incident in Newtown, Stockton, on Saturday night.
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AWOMAN sliced off part of the thumb of her pal of 20 years when an argument erupted at a house party.
Sarah Carty needed emergency surgery to reattach the digit after it was severed by Hazel Tearse outside a flat on Howdene Road, Denton Burn, Newcastle Crown Court heard the pair had been involved in an argument at a house party in the early hours of the morning when Tearse armed herself with a knife and started waving it around.
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His female alter ego calls his axed 90s hit Noel's House Party "jolly good family entertainment - not the kind with which we no longer wish to be associated".