verb intransitiveWord forms: caˈroused or caˈrousing
a noisy, merry drinking party
a glassful drunk all at once, esp. as a toast
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Word origin of 'carouse'obs. Fr carousse, carousal < Ger gar aus, quite out < gar austrinken, to drink up entirely