verb (used without object), ca·roused, ca·rous·ing.
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Origin of carouse
OTHER WORDS FROM carouseca·rous·er, nounca·rous·ing·ly, adverbun·ca·rous·ing, adjective
Words nearby carouse
Example sentences from the Web for carouse
Yet what a scene for a carouse, what an incredible vice, was this that the poor man had chosen!The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson
When he had slept off the effects of his carouse in a corner, he got frightened and decided on flight.In the Foreign Legion|Erwin Rosen
He wasn't a nice young man; he was an FBI agent, and he liked to drink and smoke cigars and carouse.That Sweet Little Old Lady|Gordon Randall Garrett (AKA Mark Phillips)
He was evidently a sailor returning from a carouse at some tavern.The Gadfly|E. L. Voynich
I have one corner of my brain, I hope, fit to bear one carouse more.The Works of John Marston|John Marston