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Definition of "boozed" [boozed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of booze. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "boozed" in a sentence
  • "Sinatra sang, Martin boozed, Davis danced, Bishop did the standup thing and Lawford was Lawford, a handsome English actor of aristocratic background and indeterminate talent who happened to have become the brother-in-law of the next president of the United States."
  • "All the rest, brilliant as they once were, are presumed to be "boozed,""
  • "October saw a close struggle between the Athletic and Brooklyn teams for second place, and had the former team been kept temperate they would have finished second; but they "boozed" too much in October, and this gave Brooklyn the chance to take the position from them, and when the campaign ended on the 17th of October the record left the eight clubs occupying the following relative positions:"
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