spree

Part of speech: verb

To get drunk.

Part of speech: noun

A drunken carousal.

Part of speech: noun

A gay frolic.

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Usage examples "spree":

  1. He told us when we were outside that he had come up to preach, and 'had brought Miss Anne up for a spree. - "Chantry House", Charlotte M. Yonge.
  2. Such a story as The Dog of Flanders, for example, affords a sort of emotional spree of pity and pathos through which the steadier members of a class refuse to go, and which the more emotional members do not need. - "Literature in the Elementary School", Porter Lander MacClintock.
  3. There was Abraham's daughter going out on a spree With old Uncle Snow in the cottage by the sea. - "Watch Yourself Go By", Al. G. Field.