boozehound


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booze·hound

 (bo͞oz′hound′)
n. Slang
One who drinks alcoholic beverages habitually and excessively.

boozehound

n
slang a person who drinks excessive amounts of alcohol regularly
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Slang. A person who is habitually drunk:
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And actor Gregor Fisher reckons fans have probably seen the last of the Govan boozehound.
At El Borracho de Oro (which, roughly translated, means "the boozehound who gets drunk on the reserva"), the large, open restaurant will be divided in two, with a 70-seater dining room alongside a smaller bar area devoted to tapas and drinks.
The dry Martinis, whiskey sours and double scotches belong to the 20th-century boozehound, particular about his drinks and able to afford quality liquor.
Operators in attendance included Natalia Cardenas of Balena, Kyle McHugh of the Boozehound, Chandelle Pabros of Vinera Wine Consulting, Kevin Settles of Bardenay, Revae Schneider of Femme du Coup and George Vizer of Hyatt Hotels.
And while it's tempting to view Martinez as just a boozehound who wants to have his cocktails and get paid for it, the articles aren't only about alcoholic drinks - even when the subject matter is, technically, alcoholic drinks.
then I point to that silly dawg smilin' like a boozehound after
Instead of being lumbered with Topham himself - an inveterate boozehound who wound up with a conviction for masturbating in Hyde Park at the age of 70 - racing got his wife, without whose firm hand on the tiller Aintree might have become a car park and housing estate long before the track's first salvation in the early 1970s.
Based on a memoir I've never heard of, this is about the difficult adolescence of Augusten Burroughs (Joseph Cross) and his mental parents, boozehound Norman (Alec Baldwin, on fire recently) and unstable Deirdre (Annette Bening - she's good, so will someone please give her better roles).