Definition of carouser in English:

carouser

noun

  • See carouse

    • ‘He wasn't the carouser and the party animal that people thought.’
    • ‘From the table of rowdy carousers came a loud voice.’
    • ‘The early closing time of pubs meant that carousers were forced to gather at dusk in private homes, where the host would tap a barrel.’
    • ‘The air is warm and still enough that I didn't even need a sweater, and the sidewalks were already lined with carousers.’
    • ‘These verses have been quoted by Arab carousers though the centuries.’

Pronunciation

carouser

/kəˈraʊzə/