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1. bacchanal

noun. ['bəˈkeɪnəl, ˈbækɪnəl'] someone who engages in drinking bouts.

Synonyms

  • toper
  • imbiber
  • drunken reveller
  • drinker
  • bacchant
  • juicer

Antonyms

  • become
  • fuddle
  • go
  • booze

Etymology

  • Bacchanalis (Latin)

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Rhymes with Bacchanal

  • accidental
  • annul
  • anyone'll
  • arnall
  • arnell
  • arsenal
  • bacchanal
  • bagnall
  • bagnell
  • barbanel
  • barnell
  • becnel
  • benel
  • bernal
  • bicknell
  • binational
  • biphenyl
  • bonnell
  • britnell
  • brunell

How do you pronounce bacchanal?

Pronounce bacchanal as ˈbækɪnəl.

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Sentences with bacchanal


1. Adjective
Government offices, banks, communications and tourism offices are usually distracted during the bacchanal season.

2. bacchanal

adjective. ['bəˈkeɪnəl, ˈbækɪnəl'] used of riotously drunken merrymaking.

Synonyms

  • carousing
  • inebriated
  • bacchic
  • intoxicated
  • drunk
  • bacchanalian

Antonyms

  • order
  • unsexy
  • unexcited
  • leader

Etymology

  • Bacchanalis (Latin)

3. bacchanal

noun. ['bəˈkeɪnəl, ˈbækɪnəl'] a wild gathering involving excessive drinking and promiscuity.

Synonyms

  • debauchery
  • revel
  • bacchanalia
  • orgy
  • drunken revelry
  • revelry
  • saturnalia
  • riot

Antonyms

  • woman
  • drug-free
  • uninebriated
  • unintoxicated

Etymology

  • Bacchanalis (Latin)

4. bacchanal

noun. ['bəˈkeɪnəl, ˈbækɪnəl'] a drunken reveller; a devotee of Bacchus.

Synonyms

  • lover
  • devotee
  • fan
  • bacchant

Antonyms

  • dry
  • teetotal
  • stone-sober
  • sober up

Etymology

  • Bacchanalis (Latin)
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