Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Mid 16th century; German originally as an adverb meaning ‘right out, completely’ in the phrase drink carouse, from German gar aus trinken; hence ‘drink heavily, have a drinking bout’
  • booze
  • drink
  • frolic
  • imbibe
  • play
  • quaff
  • revel
  • riot
  • be sad
  • grieve
drink plentiful amounts of alcohol and enjoy oneself with others in a noisy, lively way
A) New Year's Eve is traditionally a night for people to carouse. B) The couple hit the town to carouse almost every Friday night.
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