Jamboree (noun)

  1. A large, lively, and often boisterous gathering, especially a musical or dance event.
  2. A large gathering of scouts or other similar organizations for the purpose of entertainment and education.

Origin:

The word jamboree is believed to have originated in the late 19th century, possibly from the american slang term "jamb" meaning a festive gathering and "jamboree" which means a wild and noisy party or celebration.

Examples:

  1. The town held a jamboree to celebrate the end of the harvest season.
  2. The jamboree was filled with music, dancing, and food.
  3. The annual scout jamboree is a chance for scouts from around the world to gather and share their experiences.
  4. The music festival was a jamboree of different genres and styles.
  5. The jamboree was a weekend-long event that featured campfires, games, and other activities.
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