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  • adj. comparative form of boozy: more boozy

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Examples

  • The more decadent the food, the boozier the booze, the more everyone will enjoy themselves -- right?

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  • So it's difficult to articulate what possessed me, at a later, boozier point in the dinner, to ask Franzen whether he had any weed...

    Jonathan Franzen: I Keep Pot In My Freezer

  • I'm in complete agreement about the Patou Forever- it ihas a boozier feel, and seems less dry than Colony- funny thing, that.

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  • David Gest has filed a $10 million lawsuit alleging Minelli was a monster, a boozier batterer with a taste for Vodka and seem league superhuman strength.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2003

  • BRIAN LUMLEY the shadows across the room, where the red and yellow flickering of the torches barely reached, a hooded figure stood silently apart from the tavern's boozier customers and regarded the newcomers thoughtfully through orbs that were sly beneath high-pointed brows.

    Hero Of Dreams

  • Plus, upside: The boozier varieties may actually get you a bit tipsy after eating it.

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  • After a shorter, but boozier and less amusing real-life version of the film

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  • You certainly wouldn't start a fight with any of Sondheim's leading ladies: Judi Dench, Angela Lansbury, Carol Burnett; the latter's Ladies Who Lunch is a boozier, more desperate affair than Elaine Stritch's more famous version.

    The Guardian World News

  • The Magicians splices together the mythology of both Hogwarts and Narnia, retaining the magic but rejecting those series 'quaint, otherworldly patina in favor of a grittier, sexier, boozier approach.

    Portland Mercury

  • The beer: Pouring a deep mahogany, Old Jubilation is a boozier, spicier

    Boston.com Top Stories

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