jamboree : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a gay festivity

  • The Pan Ams might have provided a three-week jamboree for millions of athletes, locals and visitors, but when the closing ceremony ended, the city returned to its usual mess.
  • Though the jamboree was American, boys had come from as far as Brazil, Greece and Iran to take part.
  • It's like a Disney revue--the Country Bear Jamboree, except the bears are women who never eat and the jamboree consists of acting bored.
News & Articles


  • Michael Tilson Thomas in AFP
    This is at the same time a classical concert, a summit, a scout jamboree and a speed date,Tilson Thomas said.
  • Goodluck Jonathan in This Day
    Jonathan said: "When you use the word summit, it becomes problematic because the people feel that when you say summit that people will come from everywhere, different memos, sentiments, and make it a jamboree. It is not really what they want. We...

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