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roister (ROI stuhr) (verb), roisters; roistered; roistering
1. To engage in boisterous revelry or loud bragging: When the actor won the actor's award, he started roistering way beyond the normal acceptance of such recognition.
2. Etymology: from Latin rusticus, "rural"; from rus, "open land, country".
To brag or to take part in riotous parties.
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To revel or to make merry and to celebrate in a noisy way. (1)