party-goer


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party-goer

[ˈpɑːtɪˌgəʊəʳ] N (gen) → asiduo/a m/f a fiestas; (on specific occasion) → invitado/a m/f
I'm not much of a party-goeryo voy poco a las fiestas
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One female party-goer left the club covered in blood and hit out at 1Oak on Instagram for not searching guests for weapons on arrival.
A KNIFEMAN who stabbed a Halloween party-goer has been jailed for four years.
The man in fancy dress assaulted the fellow party-goer in a car park in Stowell Street, Newcastle.
The rhyming, cumulative rebus format of this tale invites the reader to participate in the dressing, undressing and redressing of the party-goer.
POLICE are probing the unexplained death of an 18-year-old party-goer.
Angry party-goer bent on revenge is jailed for four-and-a-half years A FURIOUS driver killed a motorcyclist while heading to get revenge on party-goers who painted his face like the devil.
One party-goer said: "It was extremely embarrassing.
Upon seeing lovebirds Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton at the London Film Festival closing party in Whitehall's plush Banqueting Suite, one blonde party-goer said: "They look like they should be auditioning for the Addams Family.
One party-goer who witnessed her boozy antics said: "Vicky was on top hell-raising form.
She was having a fantastic time," said one fellow party-goer.
When a party-goer asked if she could have one, the waitress whispered, ``These are for Mr.
Beckham also denied that he was a full-time party-goer.