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carousal

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noun ca·rous·al \kə-ˈrau̇-zəl\

Definition of carousal

  1. :  carouse 2



Examples of carousal in a sentence

  1. <came home tired and hungover after an all-night carousal with his friends>



1760

First Known Use of carousal

1760

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