any alcoholic beverage; whiskey.
a drinking bout or spree.
to drink alcohol, especially to excess: He continued to booze until his health finally gave out.
Idioms about booze
booze it up, to drink heavily and persistently.
- boozer, noun
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How to use booze in a sentence
So do most of the no-license counties in the South, though a few have recently thrown out the disguised "boozes."The Great American Fraud | Samuel Hopkins Adams
I ain't a feller that boozes, but I ain't got nothin' agen chaps enjoyin' themselves, so long as they don't go too far.Children of the Bush | Henry Lawson
She mikes yer slave awy ter pay the rent, an' all the money she earns she boozes.'Liza of Lambeth | W. Somerset Maugham
He goes and tacks on to any fellow he sees looking a bit flushed with money and boozes with him all day.Captivity | M. Leonora Eyles
British Dictionary definitions for booze
a drinking bout or party
(usually intr) to drink (alcohol), esp in excess
- boozed, adjective
- boozing, noun
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