carousal

carousal

[kuh-rou-zuhl]
noun
a noisy or drunken feast or social gathering; revelry.

Origin:
1755–65; carouse + -al2

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carousal (kəˈraʊzəl)
 
n
a merry drinking party

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carousal
1735, from carouse + -al (2).
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