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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Leisure
revellerrev‧el‧ler British English, reveler American English /ˈrevələ $ -lər/ noun [countable usually plural]  DLsomeone who is having fun singing, dancing etc in a noisy way
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revellerThe undergraduates found him a leg-puller, and a reveller in political argument.One reveller was already pouring bubble bath into a huge hot tub so he and his partner could frolic in the suds.Local resorts wanted the respectable if unrestrained reveller.A stone's throw away the young reveller has the choice of Harvey's or Humphrey's to continue the night out.
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