/ (ˈbuːzə) /

  1. a person who is fond of drinking

  2. British, Australian and NZ a bar or pub

Words Nearby boozer

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How to use boozer in a sentence

  • When I hear (as I often do) some flabby boozer whining and ascribing his trouble to the drinkshop, I despise him.

    The Chequers | James Runciman
  • Haven't you enough to do without wasting your time over a boozer?

    The Sweep Winner | Nat Gould
  • At this moment a short knock sounded on the back door, and an instant change came over Becky boozer.

    Mr. Wicker's Window | Carley Dawson
  • Becky boozer rested her soapy hands on the edge of the tub and looked at him admiringly over her shoulder.

    Mr. Wicker's Window | Carley Dawson
  • In a moment Becky boozer knocked on the door and stuck her gigantic hat through the opening.

    Mr. Wicker's Window | Carley Dawson