- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of booze.
“With this mate, with whom he sleeps and rests and 'boozes' when they are in funds, sexual intimacy naturally takes place, as my experience has been that one of the two is male and the other female in their sexual desires, but I have known instances where they have acted both roles.”
“You can tell a man who boozes by the company he chooses ..”
“Did up some amazing sauce and cooked up bratwurst, smoked sausages, and hot dogs, along side some potato salad and various chips and boozes.”
“Drinking Liberally boozes it up in the West Bronx.”
“Of course, it never hurts if a biographer's subject boozes and ... whatever the non-gender-specific equivalent of "wenches" is.”
“As the old poem goes - "You can tell a man who boozes by the company he chooses".”
“This man has many seriously bad associates and, however much he "distances" himself, you always know that "you can tell a man who boozes by the company he choses".”
“John McCain boozes better then all them other Navy boys!”
“I has to puhlitely declion teh martunee tho – I can not has boozes wif mai medimukationz.”
“Once mixed with just Bourbon which we all agreed was the best match for the eggnog spices of all three boozes, the ultimate Lite Nog was born.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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