Another word for party
A social affair
at-home, tea, luncheon, dinner party, dinner, cocktail hour, surprise party, house party, social, bee, reception, banquet, feast, affair, gathering, soirÃ©e, function, gala, fete, ball, recreation, fun, jollification, cheer, beguilement, accommodation, amusement, entertainment, festive occasion, carousal, diversion, performance, high tea, kaffee-klatsch, binge*, spree*, toot*, riot*, splurge*, tear*, shindig*, blowout*, bash*.
A group of people
A political organization
Well-known political parties include --- historical: Guelph, Ghibelline, Jacobin, Girondist, Yorkist, Lancastrian, Puritan, Roundhead, Politique, Tory, Whig, Know-Nothing, Grangers, Greenback, People's, Mugwump, Prohibition, Bull Moose, Farmer-Labor, Progressive, Populist; twentieth-century: Republican, GOP*, Democratic, Libertarian, Liberal, Conservative, Labour, Popular Front, National Socialist, Nazi, Fascist, Falangist, Congress Party, Kuomintang, Comintern, Third International, Socialist, Communist, Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, Independent, Peace and Freedom, Black Panther, American Independent, Townsendite, Epic.
An individual or group involved in legal proceedings
Types of parties, sense 4, include: plaintiff, complainant, defendant, purchaser, buyer, seller, lessor, lessee, employer, employee, licenser, licensee.
*A specified but unnamed individual
Another word for partynoun
A large or important social gathering:affair, celebration, festivity, fete, function, gala, occasion, soiree. (Informal) do. (Slang) bash. See group, work
A group of people acting together in a shared activity:band2, company, corps, troop, troupe. See performing arts
A group of individuals united in a common cause:bloc, cartel, coalition, combination, combine, faction, ring1. See group
One who participates:actor, participant, player. See participate
A member of the human race:being, body, creature, homo, human, human being, individual, life, man, mortal, person, personage, soul. See beings
A number of individuals making up or considered a unit:array, band2, batch, bevy, body, bunch, bundle, clump, cluster, clutch2, collection, group, knot, lot, set2. See group