carnival

All Noun
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  • He states that during times of carnival and festival, male power is broken down.
  • Many can also be found at carnivals all over the world.
  • The other events are held beginning in February and running through the end of the carnival itself.
  • Once a year a carnival comes to town and is set up in the area next to the bridge.
  • The village holds a carnival each year near the end of May.
  • Carnival week is traditionally a time of all-night parties and escape from daily life.
  • The city also has one of the world's largest carnivals.
  • During Late January and through February, several carnivals are held within the region.
  • Carnivals would last generally six days, and followed a detailed plan that changed little from year to year.
  • It seems to be somewhat like the old carnivals of the middle ages. Cited from Sport and Work on the Nepaul Frontier, by James Inglis
  • Most events are held at the high school and includes carnival type activities and rides.
  • He also founded the annual Winter Carnival, a celebration still held each winter.
  • After the day's events, there is a festival, dance and carnival.
  • It has stuck around since then and is played often during Carnival.
  • This form of music is played throughout the villages during the Christmas and carnival seasons.
  • Here, up until the late 1950s and early 1960s, carnivals were held each year.
  • There are many other carnivals and events conducted under handicap foot-running conditions throughout the nation each year.
  • Queen Carnivals were held various towns and cities around the country.
  • Later, he began to get regular work wrestling at local carnivals.
  • His account suggests playing ball at Carnival had been an annual event for at least a generation.
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Meaning of carnival

  • noun A festival marked by merrymaking and processions
  • noun A traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.