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kegger

1. n. a party where beer is served from a keg. (Teens and collegiate.) Tiffany is having a kegger, and a few of her intimates are invited.
2. and keggers n. a keg of beer. (Collegiate.) We came here because somebody said there was keggers.

keggers

verb
See kegger
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