buck's party

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buck's party (plural buck's parties)

  1. (Australia) A party held for a man who is about to be married.
    • 1991, Antonio Casella, The Sensualist, Hodder & Stoughton (1991), ISBN 0340549521, page 32:
      Like the time he went to a buck's party and didn't come home all night.
    • 1994, Chris Harkness, New Guinea: The Wahgi Impact, Robert Brown & Associates (1994), ISBN 9781862730793, page 116:
      Danny Ottley was getting married on the following Saturday night and the town's men were attending a buck's party.
    • 2007, Sally Graham, As Black from White, Seaview Press (2007), ISBN 9781740084789, page 20:
      We attended a buck's party one night. It was booked into a hall, with several of our friends employed as the strippers.
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