Definition of carousal:
celebration (part of speech: noun)
- intemperance (part of speech: noun)
Three years of folly, passed without profit, had but given me rooted habits of vice, and added, in a somewhat unusual degree, to my bodily stature, when, after a week of soulless dissipation, I invited a small party of the most dissolute students to a secret carousal in my chambers.- "Selections From Poe", J. Montgomery Gambrill.
- "Faust", Goethe.
All was noise, confusion, life at high pressure, and made a fit surrounding for his coming carousal; and here was all the liquor he could hope to drink, of better quality and at better prices, guarantees of which, in the persons of numerous passers- by, he saw on many sides.- "Bring Me His Ears", Clarence E. Mulford.