party[ pahr-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF party
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARTY
Is that brother of hers you told me about still makin' up to that party?
"Then I can only say that Captain Rushton was a party to the fraud," he said.
Shepler and the party were to go through the mine as a matter of sight-seeing.
Now they neared the foot of the shaft where the rest of the party seemed to await them.
That telegram from Coplen is concernin' of a lady—a party that was with him when he died.
There was nothing for it but to put Kit Smallbones at the head of the party.
There was no one in sight, but it was evident that a party from an American ship had visited the island.
A party of sailors, headed by an officer, came out of the woods, and headed for the shore.
So certain was he as to the exact locality, that he offered to conduct a party to the place.
Further, the native who gave all the information to Mr. Monger was one of our party.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PARTY
- great unwashed
- rank and file