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  • n. Plural form of boozehound.


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  • Gawking at models aside, the reason I and a bunch of other boozehounds had been assembled at Manhattan's uber-swank Campbell Apartment bar was for a history lesson of sorts.

    Tony Sachs: Popping An Old Cherry: Notes From A Tasting Of 120-Year-Old Cherry Heering

  • A store for dope-growers and boozehounds: Midwest Hydroponic and Brewing Supply.

    11.1.2009 « Photo-a-Day

  • Anyone who buys into de Becker's argument is either looking for a reason to excuse Gibson or simply hasn't spent enough time around boozehounds.

    Is That Legal?: In vino veritas?

  • At least this one is entertaining: the folks at Modern Drunkard magazine have put down their drinks long enough to write an article about what a bunch of boozehounds Captain Kirk and Crew were back in the day, and what a load of tea-drinking posers the ST:TNG crew were by comparison via

    I Don’t Know What It Is, But It’s Green

  • They could've turned into annoying boozehounds/druggies like many-a-child stars have, but they didn't.


  • But if any boozehounds on this site drive along SR 22, there you go.

    Archive 2004-01-25

  • The exceptions, who were boozehounds or had violent tempers, were an embarrassment to everyone else.

    The O'Reilly Factor

  • I sat there eyeballing foot traffic: servicemen, civilian boozehounds, neighborhood squares going in and out of the hash house next door.

    White Jazz

  • Such a person would be lacerated by the assorted boozehounds and pill poppers of talk radio. Top Stories

  • The effects have been phenomenal for boozehounds (and the sales taxes we pay).

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue


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