50d Old term for an evening party (4)
09:15 Sat 09th Nov 2013
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Soir ?
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Letters D- U-
Isn't that a daub ?
Whoops sorry brain fade
From the Oxford online dictionary :
"Drum : an evening or afternoon tea party of a kind that was popular in the late 18th and early 19th century. "a drum at Lady Beresford’s"
Ha-ha, got me.....

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