Definitions

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  • n. An event where a great deal of alcohol is consumed.

Etymologies

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booze +‎ -fest

Examples

  • The convention for the “family values” Party was, in the end, really just a sweaty, slippery boozefest that put some of your less temperate frats to shame.

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  • Does anybody else think that it is quite ironic that Premier Klein is the one who doesn't want the boozefest of hospitality suites to flourish and spread their wings of alcoholic bliss upon the PC Convention?

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  • The Balado boozefest shuts down for the evening with a nice, relaxed set from, oh, the

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  • Hosting a boozefest at his house while he's trying to stay clean is most definitely a step in the right direction.

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  • I share the feeling about St. Patrick's Day, it's amateur hour and has been way overblown as a boozefest, shamelessly promoted as such by booze manufacturers.

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  • : 'Ninja' sword arrest, mean prison guard, college boozefest

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  • Office Coach: Tips for dealing with office boozefest

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  • Writing talk for Tuesday night webstock boozefest.

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  • As the sparks fly and their lacerating living room boozefest drags on into the wee hours of the morning, one of their two wary party guests will remark, "Flagellation isn't my idea of a good time."

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  • This is like when your parents break it down for you and let you know that your graduation (which you don't feel like going to and don't know why everyone's making such a big freakin 'deal about it - hey, can you pass the bong?) and your wedding (which you want to invite 200 of your closest friends to for a great boozefest, but see your tables rapidly filled with placecards for your parents friends) are really for them and not you.

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