Definition of booze
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- See more words with the same meaning: alcohol.
verb - intransitive
- to drink alcohol.
Want a drink? We've been boozing since noon.
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- See more words with the same meaning: to drink alcohol.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'alcohol':
|Definitions include: a "Long Island Ice Tea" (also called a "Long Island Iced Tea") which is a strong alcoholic mixed drink.|
|Definitions include: Cabernet Sauvignon.|
|Definitions include: an unspecified number of alcoholic drinks after work, usually meaning enough to have an invigorating effect, but without causing drunkenness.|
|Definitions include: an alcoholic beverage.|
|Definitions include: a very ugly person.|
|Definitions include: alcohol.|
|Definitions include: "Hennessy".|
|Definitions include: an unfinished beer, left to get warm.|
|Definitions include: beer.|
|Definitions include: a general insult.|
|Definitions include: a 40 ounce bottle of an alcoholic beverage.|
|Definitions include: a "gin and tonic" drink.|
|Definitions include: an unattractive female, usually due to obesity.|
|Definitions include: alternate spelling / pronunciation of "road soda".|
|Definitions include: Short for "Olde English 800" brand malt liquor.|
Other terms relating to 'to drink alcohol':
|Definitions include: to get drunk.|
|Definitions include: not abstaining from alcohol, usually after a period of sobriety.|
|Definitions include: an event in which a group visits many drinking establishments, usually as a pre-planned activity.|
|Definitions include: expression of dismay; "bummer".|
|Definitions include: to become inebriated.|
|Definitions include: to open a bottle of "Cris", i.e. Cristal.|
|Definitions include: to acquire a buzz.|
|Definitions include: a large stomach caused by drinking lots of beer.|
|Definitions include: fellatio.|
|Definitions include: to do something well in one's own way or in a unique manner, usually involving members of the opposite sex.|
|Definitions include: to hold two alcoholic drinks, one in each hand.|
|Definitions include: to act foolish; under the influence of alcohol or drugs; or to do something dangerous.|
|Definitions include: to become slizzard.|
|Definitions include: a person who has not had their first kiss or has never French kissed.|
|Definitions include: to drink alcohol.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'booze':
|Definitions include: a cruise on a boat that primarily involves alcohol consumption.|
|Definitions include: to drink heavily.|
|Definitions include: an alcoholic.|
|Definitions include: Any form of motorized vehicle where alcoholic beverages are consumed.|
|Definitions include: acronym for "bring your own beer", "bring your own bottle", or "bring your own booze".|
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