To drink alcoholic beverages excessively or chronically.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "booze" in a sentence
"I'm supplying movies, space, and at least half the pizza, but my booze is my booze."
"This week he auctioned off his old typewriter for over $250k to raise money for the institute - that could have kept him in booze for a few years, or HST supplied for a few months."
"I am strongly opposed to additional taxes on liquor on the basis that the heavy consumption of cheap booze is my primary tactic for getting through this recession."