View definitions for carousings
noun as in party
noun as in spree
noun as in soiree
But their carousings generally ended at midnight, the black said, and then they fell into a heavy sleep.
There was a series of splendid balls, hunting parties, carousings.
Peter warns the Galatians against "wine-bibbings, revellings, carousings."
This was Peter's favorite resort, and its halls ever echoed with the carousings of the prince and his boon companions.
The revenues of the realm were squandered in the profligacy and carousings of his court.
On this page you'll find 108 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to carousings, such as: celebration, dinner, affair, amusement, ball, and banquet.
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