Carousing is like drinking, except it involves singing rude songs, spilling drinks and occasionally killing someone for a bit of a laugh.
If this displease, why urge ye here your stay?
Haste from the court, ye spoilers, haste away:
Waste in wild riot what your land allows,
There ply the early feast, and late carouse.

--Homer, translated and arranged by Alexander Pope, who thinks the use of the infinitive "carousing" is not worth the despoiling of a poetic example.
The feeling you get when you haven't had coffee for days, and the taste makes you want to come.
After Ann got out of her six hour meeting, she made a bee-line straight for the Starbucks on the corner: It's carousing time.
by CalS May 29, 2014

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from daily@urbandictionary.com. We'll never spam you.

×