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- n. a session of heavy drinking.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an occasion for heavy drinking.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. revelry in drinking; a merry drinking party
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A burger is a lunch staple as well as a late night greasy-sponge after a good booze-up.
Part club, part Fitness First induction evening and part almighty booze-up, tonight's event begins with an actual aerobics class.
Especially when you are asked to show that compassion while cowering inside your home while a gang of refugee teens use your front lawn for a booze-up; AND THE POLICE WILL NOT COME.
When the tide turns against the "self-flagellating cultural suicide of left-liberalism and denial" and the sanity of self-preservation rules again, we should all get together for one great wopping booze-up.
I also learnt from him about the impending Web 2.0 conference in Tokyo from tomorrow, and a booze-up/launch party in a Tokyo pub on Friday.
Egad–the last “stirring basement offer” I had was for help getting to the stationary tubs in time(so as not to “shout for Wyatt” all over the floor), after a rare epic booze-up during my teenage years(I lived in the basement then).
Luckily, a friend of Eric's was having a booze-up at his place, so we went there.
Must have been a bloody good booze-up, thought Frost.
I could forget all about the girls and have a last booze-up in the mess with my mates.
"Good to see that the British music industry still has enough money for a good booze-up," he said.