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Date: 1500-1600
Language: French
Origin: carousser, from carous 'completely' (in boire carous 'to drink up'), from German garaus

carouse

verb
     
ca‧rouse [intransitive]
literary to drink a lot, be noisy, and have fun
carousal noun [uncountable and countable]

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