raver

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See also: Raver and r'aver

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

rave +‎ -er

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

raver (plural ravers)

  1. A person who attends rave parties, or who belongs to that subculture.
    • 2005, Theunis Bates, "iPod is a DJ," Time, 10 Oct.:
      The life of a superstar DJ sounds like one endless party. You get to travel the world, perform for thousands of scantily clad ravers, and earn a stack of money.
    • 2005, Michael J. Gilmour, Call Me the Seeker, page 244:
      Ravers listen to technomusic at home, and some have commented that certain tracks of music can elicit ASC similar to the ones experienced at raves.
  2. A person who raves or rants.

Danish[edit]

Verb[edit]

raver

  1. present tense of rave