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The light fantastic is not tripped there any more, except when the Jamboree man sneaks in and dances a jig for his morning pizen.
Here was the hated tribe of rich men, the idle classes, all dressed up with flags flying, riding across the country on a jamboree.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
My curiosity impelled me to accept the invitation to the "keg party" as such a jamboree was known among the students.
It was a satire, of course—Gulliver's Lilliput outdone—a sort of scientific, socialistic, mathematical jamboree.
They treated me well, fed me fine, but every night I heard a big jamboree goin' on.
About fifteen minutes earlier is my time for gettin' back, unless I'm plannin' for a jamboree.
PHILOSOPHY 4OWEN WISTER
It is full of holes and humps and wallows, and is not really a road at all, but a stone quarry on a jamboree.
THE CAR THAT WENT ABROADALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
He had a way of stayin' sober for a spell, and then startin' off on a regular jamboree all by himself.
CAP'N ERIJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
We had a jamboree together and184 dinner at some place, and then he sent me home as himself—I was blind.
THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELFH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
Uncle Dick told me we would have to wait for our supplies until the general annual jamboree cooled down a little bit.

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