Definition of Booze

1. Noun. An alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented.




2. Verb. Consume alcohol. "They booze "; "We were up drinking all night"
Exact synonyms: Drink, Fuddle
Generic synonyms: Consume, Have, Ingest, Take, Take In
Specialized synonyms: Tank, Port, Claret, Bar Hop, Pub-crawl, Bib, Tipple, Hit It Up, Inebriate, Soak, Souse, Wine, Carry, Hold
Related verbs: Drink, Tope
Derivative terms: Boozer, Drink, Drinker, Drinking

Definition of Booze

1. v. i. To drink greedily or immoderately, esp. alcoholic liquor; to tipple.

2. n. A carouse; a drinking.

Definition of Booze

1. Noun. (slang) Any alcoholic beverage. ¹

2. Verb. (slang) To drink alcohol. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Booze

1. to drink liquor excessively [v BOOZED, BOOZING, BOOZES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Booze

boottoppings
boottree
boottrees
bootup
bootups
booty calls
booty scratcher
booty scratchers
bootylicious
booyah
booyakasha
booyong
booze (current term)
booze-up
booze bus
booze buses
booze can
booze cans
booze cruise
booze cruises
booze jockey
booze jockeys
boozed
boozefest
boozefests
boozehead
boozeheads

Literary usage of Booze

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Tankard of Ale: An Anthology of Drinking Songs by Theodore Maynard (1920)
"Where the summer plants are growing, booze is there! In the desert or the ocean, In the Cars of Locomotion, Even in Sir Wilfrid's lotion, booze is there! ..."

2. Female Filosofy: Fished Out and Fried by L. E. Keith, Feelix Feeler (1894)
"AVe presume they would do a great deal to have the • respect' of a booze editor. Why don't you advertise: 'booze editor's respect given to mothers and wives ..."

3. Typical Newspaper Stories edited by Harry Franklin Harrington (1915)
"SUNDAY FLAYS OLD KING booze Hurling syncopated similes, like an unmasked battery of galling guns, against the embattled cohorts of the liquor traffic, ..."

4. Oxford Night Caps, Being a Collection of Receipts for Making Various by Richard Cook (1871)
"RUM booze, OR EG(J POSSET.* The yolks of eight eggs well beaten up, with some refined sugar pulverised, and a grated nutmeg; extract the juice from the rind ..."

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