verb (used without object), boozed, booz·ing.
Words nearby booze
Idioms for booze
Origin of booze
OTHER WORDS FROM boozebooz·er, noun
Examples from the Web for boozing
Was there a lot of boozing hell-raising to get into character?Anna Kendrick on ‘Pitch Perfect 2,’ Drunken Horror Stories, and Singin’ Pharrell|Marlow Stern|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We go off boozing a couple of times a summer, go to some fancy restaurant fifty miles away.Pete Dexter’s Indelible Portrait of Author Norman Maclean|Pete Dexter|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mitchell especially disdained women artists, talented or not, whom she deemed insufficiently macho, boozing, and brawling.
No one other than Paul himself had any idea that he had been boozing before he took the wheel.
All Boozing Billy's stock have come to grief, sooner or later.
He is the laziest scamp imaginable; lazier even than his boozing old father.In the Year of Jubilee|George Gissing
Tapis-franc: literally, a "free carpet;" a low haunt equivalent to what in English slang is termed "a boozing ken."The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 1 of 6|Eugne Sue
He had been drinking and playing cards till early that morning, and he looked awful—he looked as if he'd been boozing for a month.Children of the Bush|Henry Lawson
But you know this boozing isn't a square deal; Billy, you know that, after what has been said to us.The Brighton Boys in the Trenches|James R. Driscoll