Definition of reveler
: one who engages in revelry
Examples of reveler in a Sentence
The streets were crowded with revelers on New Years Eve.
wedding revelers whooping it up until dawn
Recent Examples of reveler from the Web
Hours after the attacks began, a large area of central London remained cordoned off and police told people to avoid the area, leaving tourists and revelers struggling to get home.
Police told people to avoid the area, leaving tourists and revelers struggling to get home.
Faire in the Grove Medieval revelers flock to Forest Grove for The Barony of Dragon's Mist's annual weekend of merriment.
Arts vendors will be on scene, and there's a cooling station to help revelers beat the heat.
The Air and Sea Show and Urban Beach Week brought big crowds — families, young revelers and seniors of all races and ethnicities — to South Beach for Memorial Day Weekend.
As the music cranked up, the revelers flowed through the space’s makeup counters and the cinema club, where guests climbed into a giant box of popcorn to pose for pictures.
The big surprise was that the typical crush of revelers who constantly snap iPhone pics — a party downer so often seen at Cannes bashes — was absent.
The difference is the indie videogames throughout the room, projected on walls, each with a cluster of revelers.
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First Known Use of reveler
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Definition of reveler for English Language Learners
: a person who is celebrating with other people in usually a wild and noisy way : a person who is taking part in revelry
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