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A person who is enjoying themselves in a lively and noisy way.‘the city's traditional Labor Day bash usually attracts more than 100,000 revelers’‘the entire street is filled with costumed revelers shaking their hips to the vibrant throb of Latin music’
merrymaker, partygoer, party animal, carouser, roisterer, good-time boy, good-time girl, pleasure seekerView synonyms
- ‘As the sun gets into his rhythm, there are revellers getting into the groove.’
- ‘Friends and family gathered and the revellers celebrated into the small hours.’
- ‘Many Olympic revellers will be celebrating the start of the Olympics at Athena's on the Pier.’
- ‘And scores of revellers queued in the snow to join in the celebrations in packed pubs and clubs in the town centre.’
- ‘Elsewhere, late afternoon sun seems to signal the coming end, as it washes over a group of revelers on a parapet celebrating the suicide of the poet Petronius.’
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