Synonyms and related words:
bacchanal, bacchanalia, bacchanalian, bat, bender, binge, bout, bust, carousal, carouse, celebrate, celebration, compotation, cut loose, debauch, drinking bout, drunk, drunken carousal, escapade, fling, frolic, guzzle, hell, hell around, jag, jollify, jolly, lark, let go, let loose, let off steam, make merry, make whoopee, orgy, outing, ploy, potation, pub-crawl, raise hell, rampage, randan, randy, revel, riot, roister, romp, see life, skylark, splurge, step out, symposium, tear, toot, wanton, wassail, whoop it up, wingding

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