beery


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beer·y

 (bîr′ē)
adj. beer·i·er, beer·i·est
1. Smelling or tasting of beer: beery breath.
2. Affected or produced by beer: beery humor.

beery

(ˈbɪərɪ)
adj, beerier or beeriest
1. smelling or tasting of beer
2. given to drinking beer
ˈbeerily adv
ˈbeeriness n

beer•y

(ˈbɪər i)

adj. beer•i•er, beer•i•est.
1. of, like, or abounding in beer.
2. affected by or suggestive of beer.
[1840]
beer′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.beery - smelling of beerbeery - smelling of beer      
drunk, inebriated, intoxicated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"
Translations

beery

[ˈbɪərɪ] ADJ [smell] → a cerveza; [person] → muy aficionado a la cerveza; [party] → donde se bebe mucha cerveza
it was a beery affairallí se bebió una barbaridad

beery

adjBier-; personmit einer Bierfahne (inf); (= tipsy)bierselig; facebiergerötet; to have beery breath, to smell beeryeine Bierfahne haben (inf), → nach Bier riechen
References in classic literature ?
At last, in my despair, I saw a little door in the roof, and on poking it open, a red eye appeared, and a beery voice said.
Conspicuous among these latter, like an animated bit of the spiked wall of Newgate, Jerry stood: aiming at the prisoner the beery breath of a whet he had taken as he came along, and discharging it to mingle with the waves of other beer, and gin, and tea, and coffee, and what not, that flowed at him, and already broke upon the great windows behind him in an impure mist and rain.
There was a fair proportion of kindness in Raveloe; but it was often of a beery and bungling sort, and took the shape least allied to the complimentary and hypocritical.
With their muscles and their beery good temper, they were not the worst of undertakers for a house which had always been human, and had not mistaken culture for an end.
Stumps, her husband, a short, easy-going shoemaker, with a beery, humorous eye and ponderous calves, who lived mostly on his wife's earnings, stood in a corner of the room, exchanging shots of the roughest description of repartee with every boy in turn.
Emmy had passed blushing through the room anon, where all sorts of people were collected; Tyrolese glove-sellers and Danubian linen-merchants, with their packs; students recruiting themselves with butterbrods and meat; idlers, playing cards or dominoes on the sloppy, beery tables; tumblers refreshing during the cessation of their performances--in a word, all the fumum and strepitus of a German inn in fair time.
The relations between Durdles and Deputy are of a capricious kind; for, on Durdles's turning himself about with the slow gravity of beery suddenness, Deputy makes a pretty wide circuit into the road and stands on the defensive.
The two tables put together in a corner, were, at length, converted into a very fair bed; and the stranger was left to the Windsor chairs, the presidential tribune, the beery atmosphere, sawdust, pipe-lights, spittoons and repose.
Bradley assenting, went with him into an early public-house, haunted by unsavoury smells of musty hay and stale straw, where returning carts, farmers' men, gaunt dogs, fowls of a beery breed, and certain human nightbirds fluttering home to roost, were solacing themselves after their several manners; and where not one of the nightbirds hovering about the sloppy bar failed to discern at a glance in the passion-wasted nightbird with respectable feathers, the worst nightbird of all.
said the publican, with a confused, beery idea of being good-natured.
When Beery moved a dentist into a multi-tenant retail center several years ago, he had the foresight to negotiate that the tenant improvement costs be amortized over the initial lease term--not the initial term plus renewal options.
Four beery entrees included the top selling beer-brined Black Angus Brew House Steak and and beer-grilled Ale House Baby Back Ribs, plus beer-marinated Dijon-Crusted Beer Chicken and beer-seared Parmesan-Crusted Crab Flounder.