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  • n. Plural form of boozer.

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Examples

  • I already thought Europeans are the only "boozers" lol !

    Saturday Photo Hunt

  • It's awful about the booze, but man, the studio had no shortage of "boozers" in those days.

    Tales From Ward K: Of Rubber Hoses and Fred Moore

  • But now hundreds of local "boozers" (British slang for pubs, not drunk people) have morphed into so-called "gastro pubs."

    Dining With Moira Hodgson

  • Local MP Betty Kiernan said a high percentage of the crime in Mount Isa "probably was alcohol-related" but she did not think it fair to blame "boozers" escaping dry communities.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • How many "boozers" are there in the dining room on a Saturday night, and what would they do if we closed the kitchen at 11 PM?

    Marketing Productivity Blog

  • In fact, the Pacific coast of Chiapas is so uninviting to drunken American misfits seeking booze and sex that there is no coastal highway and not even one beach resort attractive to NOB boozers between the Oaxaca State line and Guatemala.

    Plan Puebla-Panama. Yay or Nay?

  • • The Lynhurst costs from £2,100 a week through One Off Places 01598 753757, oneoffplaces.co.uk STAG BREAKSInvolving pickled sprouts, Dirty Tackle beer and bar games like Ride the Bull, the 99km Yorkshire pub crawl around 18 boozers isn't for the faint-hearted – or weak-livered.

    Alternative hen, stag and honeymoon destinations

  • I want to stand with all of his other boozers and losers and occasional fundamentalists and shout, “Time before date before place!”

    15 « November « 2009 « Dating Jesus

  • Notice the play on words: l'ivresse = drunkenness (in this case, Livresse, we have livre lushes or book boozers!) beurré (beur-ay) adjective

    French Word-A-Day:

  • I explain that it's meant to be a change from the backdrop of boozers and gig venues from his time as frontman for the Libertines alongside Peter Doherty, to show he's moved on, grown up.

    Carl Barât: The interview

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