Definition of Booze-up
1. Noun. Revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party.
Generic synonyms: Revel, Revelry
Derivative terms: Carouse, Carouse
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Literary usage of Booze-up
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Wisconsin Reports by Wisconsin Supreme Court, Wisconsin, Supreme Court (1919)
"... that plaintiff himself "is in booze up to his neck," is such an unnecessary, irrelevant, and gratuitous charge and insult that it would be excluded from ..."
2. An Exile from London: A Novel by Richard Savage (1896)
"Dey was having a quiet booze up in de room. // wasn't safe, see ?" "Go over to the theater, ..."