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reveler

Syllabification: rev·el·er
Pronunciation: /ˈrevələr
 
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(also reveller)

Definition of reveler in English:

noun

A person who is enjoying themselves in a lively and noisy way: the city’s traditional Labor Day bash usually attracts more than 100,000 revelers the entire street is filled with costumed revelers shaking their hips to the vibrant throb of Latin music
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  • Many Olympic revellers will be celebrating the start of the Olympics at Athena's on the Pier.
  • Friends and family gathered and the revellers celebrated into the small hours.
  • Elsewhere, late afternoon sun seems to signal the coming end, as it washes over a group of revelers on a parapet celebrating the suicide of the poet Petronius.
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