pub crawl


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 \ intransitive verb
pub crawler noun

Examples of pub crawl in a Sentence

She invited me to join them on a pub crawl.

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That surely would include something like a pub crawl, stopping at several favorite hangouts to spread the joy. Keith Gave, Detroit Free Press, "Limousine crash ended Detroit Red Wings' summer of joy after just 6 days," 13 June 2018 Downtown's El Big Bad was the starting point for a pub crawl that more than 150 people RSVP'd for ahead of the event, according to the bar's owner Steve Sharma. Heather Leighton, Houston Chronicle, "Houstonians celebrate Cinco de Mayo, music during weekend events," 6 May 2018 Enjoy live music from Blackwater Railroad Company and other local favorites, a mermaid and pirate pub crawl, food and art vendors and more. Yoshina Okamoto, Anchorage Daily News, "Here’s your Alaska summer 2018 festival guide," 17 May 2018 The pub crawl can get a little exhausting, and the reader can get bloated on the relentless whimsy. New York Times, "Sloshed, Hammered, Blotto — We’ve Been Doing It for Ages," 30 May 2018 To see the scenes of the pub crawl and of the parade, go through the photos in the gallery above. Heather Leighton, Houston Chronicle, "Houstonians celebrate Cinco de Mayo with sunshine, margaritas," 6 May 2018 Drink in the sights and libations of downtown San Antonio with a pub crawl of historic bars. René A. Guzman, San Antonio Express-News, "Take a walk or other vehicular tour of San Antonio," 4 June 2018 Police and other officials have tried tightening rules regarding the wild pub crawls and disorderly behavior. Elizabeth Llorente | Fox News, Fox News, "Prostitutes and British tourists in violent clashes at notorious party resort in Spain," 3 June 2018 There’s enough creative, interesting and often beautiful work out there to turn an ordinary pub crawl into an art lover’s gallery stroll. Bill Daley,, "Chicago's biggest art gallery could be trove of treasures hanging in bars," 24 May 2018

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First Known Use of pub crawl

1915, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of pub crawl was in 1915

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English Language Learners Definition of pub crawl

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

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