carouse (v.) Old form(s): Carowse , carowsing , Carrows'd
drink at length, imbibe long draughts
AC IV.xii.12[Antony to Scarus, of the two sides] They cast their caps up and carouse together
Oth II.iii.49[Iago alone] Roderigo ... hath tonight caroused / Potations pottle-deep
TS III.ii.170[Gremio to Tranio as Lucentio, of Petruchio drinking] carousing to his mates / After a storm
TS III.ii.224[Petruchio to all, of Katherina] Carouse full measure to her maidenhead
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