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festivals

noun as in celebration

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Wirthensohn is talking to distributors now; there should be more festivals next year.

They build their wagons by hand and teach those interested in learning their crafts at various festivals throughout the country.

She said the drug bridge drew the predictable sensationalism from a press throng that took its drug use cues from tamer festivals.

Well, Harry, here's a tip: might be best to keep your shirt on when you're at music festivals in future old boy!

Forget the beach, have an epicurean adventure this summer at one of America's excellent food festivals.

I was fortunate enough during my stay in Rio Janeiro to witness several different public festivals.

The Spanish sailors were much interested in the strange customs and festivals of the brown people.

In his younger days he also played the double-bass and played at the provincial Musical Festivals of 1871 and 1874.

Both festivals are significant, and we shall meet with Consus and Ops again in close connection in December.

Regional festivals and a State Festival for public school bands and choral groups are held each year.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to festivals, such as: fair, feast, anniversary, competition, gala, and holiday.

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

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