Origin of spree
Related Words for spreesbinge, orgy, rampage, celebration, caper, splurge, carousal, ball, fling, tear, jamboree, rip, revel, carouse, party, junket, lark, jag, frolic, bash
Examples from the Web for sprees
Historical Examples of sprees
But nowadays certain "sprees," as he called them, left him fairly exhausted.Fruitfulness
These semi-annual sprees had been among the girl's earliest recollections.Prairie Flowers
James B. Hendryx
Are you in the habit of going on sprees with that colored man?
Is Ronald Mason in the habit of going on sprees with his uncle's negro valet?
You'd been off on sprees a half dozen other times, if I hadn't kept an eye on you.Klondike Nuggets
E. S. Ellis
Word Origin for spree
frolic, drinking bout," 1804, slang, perhaps an alteration of French esprit "lively wit" (see esprit). Irish spre seems to be a loan-word from Old Norse sprakr.