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 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.

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The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation is throwing an astronaut golf tournament, astronaut parade and astronaut pub crawl in Florida. Washington Post, "Don’t recall Apollo 11? Global festivities have you covered," 1 July 2019 Breckenridge Brewery is sponsoring a Midtown pub crawl Thursday night to promote the Colorado brewery's beers and also raise money for the Rebuild Texas Fund for post-Harvey relief. Ronnie Crocker, Houston Chronicle, "Breckenridge Brewery makes 'Breck Trek' to Houston," 22 Mar. 2018 Panels, pub crawls, and parades are just a few highlights. Currie Engel, Time, "8 Places You Can Visit to Celebrate Apollo 11's 50th Anniversary This Week," 15 July 2019 Events include neighborhood parties, pub crawls, the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, art gallery showings, French wine and food pairings at local businesses, the Montréal Cirque Festival, and even a competitive firework show. Meghan Miner Murray, National Geographic, "9 Bastille Day bashes that celebrate French culture," 12 July 2019 From Lisbon, tour options are plentiful with local companies offering pub crawls, day trips to nearby hot spots like Sintra and Cascais and competing walking tours. Leora Arnowitz, USA TODAY, "Portugal is the new hot travel destination. Here's why," 13 June 2019 Get an early start on Friday night with a Mummers pub crawl. Lauren Mccutcheon,, "What to do down the Shore June 7-9: LPGA Classic, Mummers in North Wildwood," 6 June 2019 Go for a hike along the Blue Ridge Parkway or a stretch of the Appalachian Trail, mountain-bike in Pisgah National Forest, or do a pub crawl among the city’s more than 25 craft breweries. Megan Michelson, Outside Online, "10 Amazing Glamping Spots in North America," 6 June 2019 The seventh annual fest June 1 featured a family friendly picnic at Everts Park and an adults-only pub crawl, as well as a drag show. Karie Angell Luc,, "North Shore Pride Fest in Highwood helps kickoff suburban Pride Month celebrations," 3 June 2019

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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

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

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