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1. A festive party, often with dancing. Also called shindy.
2. See shindy.
[Probably alteration of shindy.]
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1. a noisy party, dance, etc
2. another word for shindy
[C19: variant of shindy]
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an elaborate and usu. large dance, party, or other celebration.
[appar. from shindy]
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ShindigU.S. a dance or party, hence, the people present, 1892.
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|Noun||1.||shindig - a large and noisy party of people|
party - a group of people gathered together for pleasure; "she joined the party after dinner"
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shindig[ˈʃɪndɪg] n → bamboula f
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n (inf) → Remmidemmi nt (inf)
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