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Use "boose" in a sentence
"Dunchester, their pleasures consisted for the most part in a dog fight or some such refining spectacle, varied by an occasional "boose" at the public-house, or, in the case of those who chanced to be more intellectually inclined, by attending lectures where Socialism and other advanced doctrines were preached."
"Government – and good government – is the mark of a good democracy. robert boose"
"'Tis true there's better boose than brine, but he that drowns must drink it;"