I walk into the lounge area of the airport and promptly receive a glass of champagne and a boozy stamp in my passport.
Golden Globes, 2010: Time to Offend the Presenters What's a good Gervais hosting gig without some boozy barbs at the audience?
The Daily Beast's drinking game provides a boozy way to get through Sarah's adventures.
The idea for a pageant came from a boozy conversation with girlfriends.
Hot, boozy, loose, wild: These are the words that, to most, describe New Orleans.
Colonel boozy had been about to drink a glass of beer as Dennie began this communication.
No sense in argy'in' with a gun an' a boozy bluffer at the other end of it.
Our men said they kept sober in order to strip the boozy sailor of his money, by gambling.
He got to his feet and rolled about the room, like a boozy sailor, puffing out volumes of smoke and muttering beneath his breath.
Your two companions are before you, exclaimed the boozy Burgomaster, if you will accept our company.
Drunk •Found in the 225 terms meaning ''drunk'' that Benjamin Franklin published in 1722 (1720+)