partygoer

noun
par·​ty·​go·​er | \ ˈpär-tē-ˌgō-ər How to pronounce partygoer (audio) \

Definition of partygoer

: a person who attends a party or who attends parties frequently

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Examples of partygoer in a Sentence

chauffeured transportation was provided for those partygoers who had overindulged themselves at the bar
Recent Examples on the Web The staff said Kay would have to remain seated just inside the front door and the partygoers would have to remain just outside the front door, standing on blue marks 6 feet apart. Steve Rubenstein, SFChronicle.com, "On the bright side: South San Francisco woman celebrates 100th birthday," 14 May 2020 Neither is having roads blocked by tents for parties with hundreds of partygoers. Yomi Kazeem, Quartz Africa, "Africa’s largest city is trying to shut down to beat coronavirus—that’s easier said than done," 19 Mar. 2020 Some partygoers then returned fire, according to the statement. Tara Law, Time, "18 Shot, 1 Dead in Ohio After Clash at a Party Attended by Motorcycle Clubs: Police," 8 Mar. 2020 During the evening, elegantly clad partygoers enjoyed posing on a red carpet with their furry friends, bidding on silent and live auction items and dancing to two live bands, Maggie Speaks and Spoken Four. Candace Jordan, chicagotribune.com, "Pups in tuxes and paw-dicures at pet-friendly Fur Ball to support PAWS Chicago," 20 Nov. 2019 Kyle’s 10-to-1 - Why Is This Happening song Kyle’s awkward partygoer is called out for not remembering someone’s name. Andy Hoglund, EW.com, "Saturday Night Live recap: Brad Pitt, Adam Sandler join second at-home episode," 26 Apr. 2020 Death appears in the Rethel in the tattered robes of a monk, playing a fiddle made of human bones as partygoers collapse on the dance floor and musicians bolt for the exits. Steven Litt, cleveland, "Cleveland Museum of Art collection shows how humanity coped with pandemics from Black Death to AIDS," 26 Apr. 2020 Despite reports that one partygoer fired shots back at the gunmen, Monroe's office could not confirm at this time whether or not there was an immediate response from other guests. Asia Ewart, refinery29.com, "6 People Were Shot At A California Apartment Party Amid Statewide Stay-At-Home Order," 13 Apr. 2020 Less than three weeks later, at least seven partygoers were sick, down with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Anchorage Daily News, "The coronavirus was spreading. The parties went on. Now comes the pain.," 10 Apr. 2020

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First Known Use of partygoer

1831, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of partygoer was in 1831

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29 May 2020

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“Partygoer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/partygoer. Accessed 5 Jun. 2020.

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partygoer

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English Language Learners Definition of partygoer

: a person who goes to a party

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