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Definition of "boozy" []

  • Inclined to or involving excessive drinking of alcohol; drunken (adjective)
  • Intoxicated by alcohol (adjective)

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  • Inclined to consume a significant amount of alcohol (adjective)
  • Involving a large consumption of alcohol (adjective)
  • Containing or cooked with alcohol. (adjective)

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Use "boozy" in a sentence
  • "The Globes have long been known as a boozy, less formal affair than other awards shows such as the Oscars."
  • "This Loire Valley style red would probably severely disappoint the followers of the afore-mentioned "boozy" reds, but Cab Franc, and specifically the T23, is what we do best."
  • "In a margarita the flavors are quite similar; it really comes down to how "boozy" you want your drink to taste (bear in mind that a stronger-tasting drink may be less likely to be heedlessly guzzled)."