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noun as in party

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verb as in hit

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The other schools that have fared worst in BASH also make sense.

Summer is in full effect, which means barbecues, bashes, and begging for an end to the global pandemic.

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Like a freshman invited to a senior bash, the Friends members want the party to last — even if the host group hardly notices them.

The best example of that passion came when a Facebook posting about a supposed June 24 Limelight reopening bash prompted a frenzy, only to have the organizers cancel the event.

Tye celebrated her 30th birthday with a picnic instead of the big bash she had planned.

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For weeks preceding the bash, Hitch refuses to have anything to do with it.

Another Dem who has been just a heart-beat (or a lamp bash) away from being president.

Just look at the rhetoric used by angry 1970s rock fans to bash disco.

Kadyrov had organized another big party last weekend, even before the Putin birthday bash.

Rapper The Game was also in attendance at that bash, as well as Jessica Alba, Eddie Murphy, and Paris Hilton, among others.

Mother: "I don't care wot yer do so long as yer don't bash 'er abaht the 'ead."

Next morning, when Bash Tchelik left the cave, the prince came and learned the secret from his wife.

So perished Bash Tchelik, and thus did the prince finally regain his beloved and loyal wife.

The prince thankfully took the feather and started once more in pursuit of Bash Tchelik.

Thereupon Bash Tchelik disappeared with the princess, and her husband remained to wonder what he should do next.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bash, such as: celebration, spree, and wing-ding.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.