Definition of Caroused

1. Verb. (past of carouse) ¹



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Definition of Caroused

1. carouse [v] - See also: carouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caroused

carotidal
carotids
carotidynia
carotin
carotinaemia
carotinase
carotinoid
carotinoids
carotinosis cutis
carotins
carotodynia
carous
carousal
carousals
carouse
caroused (current term)
carousel fraud
carousels
carouser
carousers
carouses
carousing
carousingly
carp
carp bream
carp breams
carp mouth
carpaccio
carpaccios

Literary usage of Caroused

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1. The Oratorical Dictionary by John Newland Maffitt (1835)
"... past, caroused: s. carousal, ca-11 a festival, pr. par. carousing;, CARPATHIAN, adj. Relating to the Carpates, ..."

2. Notes to Palgrave's Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics, Books I.-IV. by John Henry Fowler (1904)
"174. liberty. Contrast the lesson of Nature in the Ode to Duty, XLV. 45-48. 198. caroused. More commonly intransitive as in LVII. 4. But cp. ..."

3. Palgrave's Golden Treasury of Songs and Lyrics by Francis Turner Palgrave, John Henry Fowler (1901)
"198. caroused. More commonly intransitive as ... 55, " Roderigo . . . hath to-night caroused potations pottle-deep." 203. Cp. the exquisite lines in the ..."

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