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A party at which participants indulge in indiscriminate and collective sexual activity; an orgy. Also in extended use: a nightclub noted for the wildness or licentiousness of its entertainment.
1950s; earliest use found in Edmund Wilson (1895–1972). From French partouse, partouze from partie + -ouse, -ouze colloquial suffix.
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