Definition of carouse:
toot, booze, carousal, curve, like, breaking ball, imbibe, bat, brannigan, play, take/find pleasure in (doing) something, drunk, get, delight in, love, wassail, drink in, go in for, tear, Drugs, bust, roister, curve ball, have your fun, binge, restraint, booze-up, jamboree, spree, jag, riot, revel in, bender.
- celebrate (part of speech: verb)
- drink (part of speech: verb)
As a man not a stranger to art, he felt within him both fervour, and some enthusiasm, and rapture, and in consequence of this he permitted himself various deviations from the rules: he caroused, he picked up acquaintance with persons who did not belong to society, and, in general, maintained a frank and simple demeanour; but in soul he was cold and cunning, and in the midst of the wildest carouse his clever little brown eye was always on guard, and watching; this bold, this free young man could never forget himself and get completely carried away.- "A Nobleman's Nest", Ivan Turgenieff.
You can't penetrate to the dinner- party of a millionaire under the wing of a detective as you could to a carouse in Mulberry Street, or to his children's nursery with a philanthropist as you can to a street- boy's lodging- house.- "A Hazard of New Fortunes", William Dean Howells.
He went accordingly to look up his friend, Jacquemin Lampourde by name, who lodged not very far from the Pont- Neuf, and was lucky enough to find him at home, sleeping off the effects of his last carouse.- "Captain Fracasse", Theophile Gautier.