pub crawl

noun

Definition of pub crawl

: a round of visits to a number of bars in succession

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Other Words from pub crawl

pub-crawl \ ˈpəb-​ˌkrȯl How to pronounce pub crawl (audio) \ intransitive verb
pub crawler noun

Examples of pub crawl in a Sentence

She invited me to join them on a pub crawl.
Recent Examples on the Web Representatives for the other participants in the pub crawl either could not be reached or declined to comment. Austin Fuller, orlandosentinel.com, "Seminole deputies warn bars and restaurants about COVID-19 rules after Santa Pub Crawl," 11 Dec. 2020 SantaCon, a yearly pub crawl where participants dress up as Santa Claus and bar hop around the city, announced on its website that the festivities won't be taking place in 2020. Mica Soellner, Washington Examiner, "NYC's SantaCon pub crawl canceled over coronavirus concerns," 27 Nov. 2020 Older celebrants might do a neighborhood pub crawl or see the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the drive-in. Alexandra Ossola, Quartz, "Zoom parties, throwing candy: How Halloween might happen during Covid-19," 17 Sep. 2020 Authorities said the woman went on the pub crawl despite being told to quarantine after exhibiting coronavirus symptoms. Robert Gearty, Fox News, "Germany may fine US woman over coronavirus outbreak in Alpine resort," 14 Sep. 2020 Most times and locations to be announced soon; pub crawl starts at 7 p.m. Alison Stanton, The Arizona Republic, "47 Halloween events around Phoenix scare up fun for all ages," 13 Sep. 2020 Here are a few fantastic pubs, all in the Holborn area of London and within walking distance of each other for your own mini pub crawl. 1. Ben Redshaw, Cincinnati.com, "Guest Morning Line: Cincinnati Bengals fan in London offers advice for visitors," 25 Oct. 2019 At that point, Smith intended for upcoming events to stay on track, including a St. Patrick’s pub crawl. Kevin Williams, Washington Post, "A small town takes a big hit after coronavirus is confirmed in its midst," 12 Mar. 2020 Finally, a pub crawl that doesn't require crawling. Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Hops + Stops, Milwaukee's first streetcar pub crawl, will include food and beer specials at each stop," 6 Mar. 2020

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First Known Use of pub crawl

1915, in the meaning defined above

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18 Dec 2020

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“Pub crawl.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pub%20crawl. Accessed 16 Jan. 2021.

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pub crawl

noun

English Language Learners Definition of pub crawl

informal : a visit to several or many pubs or bars in one night

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