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booze

 (bo͞oz) Slang
n.
1.
a. Hard liquor.
b. An alcoholic beverage.
2. A drinking spree.
intr.v. boozed, booz·ing, booz·es
To drink alcoholic beverages excessively or chronically.

[Alteration of obsolete bouse, from Middle English bousen, to drink to excess, from Middle Dutch būsen.]

booz′er n.
booz′i·ly adv.
booz′y adj.

boozy

(ˈbuːzɪ)
adj, boozier or booziest
informal inclined to or involving excessive drinking of alcohol; drunken: a boozy lecturer; a boozy party.
ˈbooziness n

booz•y

(ˈbu zi)

adj. booz•i•er, booz•i•est.
drunken or addicted to liquor.
[1520–30]
booz′i•ly, adv.
booz′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.boozy - given to or marked by the consumption of alcoholboozy - given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol; "a bibulous fellow"; "a bibulous evening"; "his boozy drinking companions"; "thick boozy singing"; "a drunken binge"; "two drunken gentlemen holding each other up"; "sottish behavior"
drunk, inebriated, intoxicated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"

boozy

adjective hard-drinking, tippling, red-nosed, intemperate, beery, gin-sodden a cheerful, boozy chain-smoker

boozy

adjective
Slang. Stupefied, excited, or muddled with alcoholic liquor:
Informal: cockeyed, stewed.
Idioms: drunk as a skunk, half-seas over, high as a kite, in one's cups, three sheets in the wind.
Translations

boozy

[ˈbuːzɪ] ADJ [person] → aficionado a la bebida, borracho; [party] → donde se bebe bastante; [song etc] → tabernario

boozy

adj (+er) (inf) look, faceversoffen (inf); a boozy personein Schluckspecht m (inf); (stronger) → ein versoffenes Loch (sl); to have boozy breatheine Fahne haben (inf); boozy partySauferei f (inf); boozy lunchEssen ntmit reichlich zu trinken

boozy

[ˈbuːzɪ] adj (fam) (person) → che alza spesso il gomito
References in classic literature ?
But this was very far North, be it remembered, where beer agrees well with the constitution; upon the Equator, in our southern fishery, beer would be apt to make the harpooneer sleepy at the mast-head and boozy in his boat; and grievous loss might ensue to Nantucket and New Bedford.
When did ever a gentleman o' fortune show his stern to that much dollars for a boozy old seaman with a blue mug--and him dead too?
Here's an envious fellow making himself boozy on wine when he ought to be nursing his wrath, and here is a fool who sees the woman he loves stolen from under his nose and takes on like a big baby.
Besides the individuals I have mentioned, there belonged to the household three young men, dissipated, good-for-nothing, roystering blades of savages, who were either employed in prosecuting love affairs with the maidens of the tribe, or grew boozy on 'arva' and tobacco in the company of congenial spirits, the scapegraces of the valley.
he was quite boozy last night, and hardly seems to be over it yet.
ALL Blacks superstar Dan Carter has lifted the lid on a boozy night out in Cardiff that ended with six New Zealand players taking a PS300 taxi ride to London at 5am the next morning to continue their drinking at a famous party bar in the capital, writes Anthony Woolford.
Taking up a college post, a boozy philosophy lecturer (Joaquin Phoenix) attempts to banish his boredom by committing the perfect murder.
The Boozy Blender contains four-color photos and sidebars throughout, such as DIY Excess (make your own grenadine, falernum, etc.
Experts claim it is unlikely that Bond would ever be wiped out by his enemies because his boozy lifestyle would cause him to die from alcohol-related diseases first.
3 BOOZY DOUBLE stone two punnets of cherries (about 700g) and put in a kilner jar with an airtight lid.