Examples of partygoer in a Sentence
chauffeured transportation was provided for those partygoers who had overindulged themselves at the bar
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The partygoers scattered like rats off a sinking ship when the cops arrived.
The Sheriff’s Office was called after fights broke out and shots were fired, but the partygoers left before deputies arrived.
In anticipation of the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation's 24th annual fundraising event - confirmed for April 19 at the Hobby Center - the couple hosted more than 100 festive-partygoers.
Before the butler can even serve the first course, one of the guests is mysteriously murdered—and the partygoers are slowly picked off from there.
So there was a fond sense of reunion when partygoers joined Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and other cast members at Mr. Purple lounge in Manhattan to celebrate the show’s Sept. 28 return.
In the kitchen, partygoers prepared ribs, chicken and sausage.
Campus parking lots open six hours before kickoff — or at 8 a.m. if the game starts at noon —for partygoers looking to throw a few back or for family time outdoors.
Until Sunday the biggest threat was guests occasionally mooning or flashing partygoers, says DJ cb shaw, who was a resident DJ at Rehab for six years.
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