What is another word for spree?

Pronunciation: [spɹˈiː] (IPA)

"Spree" is a colorful word that conveys a sense of unbridled enthusiasm and boisterous indulgence. It is often used to describe a period of high energy and activity, particularly one marked by excessive spending or consumption. Some common synonyms for "spree" include binge, splurge, jamboree, revelry, and romp. A binge implies a more intense and protracted period of excessive indulgence, often related to alcohol or food. A splurge suggests a more intentional and pleasurable indulgence, such as a shopping spree or luxurious vacation. Jamboree, revelry, and romp all evoke a festive and celebratory atmosphere, though with varying degrees of formality and wild abandon.

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The word "spree" typically denotes a period of excessive indulgence or unrestrained behavior. However, there are several antonyms for this word that convey the opposite meaning. One such antonym is "abstinence", which refers to the act of refraining from indulging in something that may be harmful or excessive. Another antonym for "spree" is "restraint", which implies a controlled, moderated approach to an activity or behavior. "Frugality" is also an antonym for "spree", and connotes a sense of economy, thrift, and careful management of resources. Finally, "temperance" refers to the practice of self-restraint and moderation, often in the context of avoiding excess or addiction.

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Usage examples for Spree

There's nothing that'll set you up better, the day after a spree.
"Monsieur Cherami"
Charles Paul de Kock
Don't forget our spree down the creek next summer.
"Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana"
Durham, Andrew Everett
"The only word to describe the effect of all this upon me is spree," said Mrs. Mansfield.
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens

Famous quotes with Spree

  • After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it. I sure as hell wouldn't want to live in a society where the only people allowed guns are the police and the military.
    William S. Burroughs
  • My cosmos is mere free so spread it like a spree
    Iras
  • The Rumsfeld-Cheney axis has self-destructed right in front of our eyes, along with the once-proud Perle-Wolfowitz bund that is turning to wax. They somehow managed to blow it all, like a gang of kids on a looting spree, between January and July, or even less. It is genuinely incredible. The U.S. Treasury is empty, we are losing that stupid, fraudulent chickencrap War in Iraq, and every country in the world except a handful of Corrupt Brits despises us. We are losers, and that is the one unforgiveable sin in America.
    Hunter S. Thompson
  • We may not appreciate the fact; but a fact nevertheless it remains: we are living in a Golden Age, the most gilded Golden Age of human history — not only of past history, but of future history. For, as Sir Charles Darwin and many others before him have pointed out, we are living like drunken sailors, like the irresponsible heirs of a millionaire uncle. At an ever accelerating rate we are now squandering the capital of metallic ores and fossil fuels accumulated in the earth’s crust during hundreds of millions of years. How long can this spending spree go on? Estimates vary. But all are agreed that within a few centuries or at most a few millennia, Man will have run through his capital and will be compelled to live, for the remaining nine thousand nine hundred and seventy or eighty centuries of his career as Homo sapiens, strictly on income. Sir Charles is of the opinion that Man will successfully make the transition from rich ores to poor ores and even sea water, from coal, oil, uranium and thorium to solar energy and alcohol derived from plants. About as much energy as is now available can be derived from the new sources — but with a far greater expense in man hours, a much larger capital investment in machinery. And the same holds true of the raw materials on which industrial civilization depends. By doing a great deal more work than they are doing now, men will contrive to extract the diluted dregs of the planet’s metallic wealth or will fabricate non-metallic substitutes for the elements they have completely used up. In such an event, some human beings will still live fairly well, but not in the style to which we, the squanderers of planetary capital, are accustomed.
    Aldous Huxley
  • If the English hoard words like misers, the Irish spend them like sailors; and Brendan Behan … sends language out on a swaggering spree, ribald, flushed, and spoiling for a fight.
    Brendan Behan

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