- n revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
- v engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking
- For Rumi, the universe is like a tavern where people, drunk with desire and longing, collect and carouse until they finally remember their true calling: return to an Islamic God .
- Almost the only way of telling one Swiss Alp from another is by the celebrities who choose to schuss its slopes by day and carouse, aprs-ski, in the little town huddled at its .
- He claimed that he had dropped Wilson, returned early to carouse with friends.
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- Skinheads, Drunks, And London Soccer In The Early '70s
Forty years after its publication, The Glory Game , Hunter Davies's behind-the-scenes classic about a season with Tottenham Hotspur, reads in a lot of ways like a supreme work of access journalism, one willing to betray the secrets everyone already knows in order to protect the real ones. So players curse and drink and carouse; surely none of this was surprising even then, even if it wasn't ...
Sept. 6, 2013 - Deadspin