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  • adj. superlative form of boozy: most boozy.


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  • In her infancy she was hummed to sleep with snatches from the "Wiener Blut," the booziest waltz in all

    Europe After 8:15

  • If I had to live the lives which millions of working men and women lead, and amid the same surroundings, and with the same hopeless future -- I would booze with the booziest.

    Over the Fireside with Silent Friends

  • CHRISTMAS Day will be the booziest in Australia's history, with spending on alcohol predicted to break all records. | Top Stories

  • With the Christmas party season in full swing, the i newspaper says Britain is braced for what it calls Mad Friday - the "booziest night of the year" when office party revellers are expected to cause a 65% increase in 999 calls.

    BBC News - Home

  • That is the premise of what may be the booziest play of all time: Eugene O'Neill's

    The Guardian World News

  • 'Tis the season to be jolly - December spending on alcohol will rise five per cent THIS festive season is shaping up to be the booziest in Australia's history. | Top Stories

  • Siembra Azul Blanco; Green Chartreuse; St. Germain elderflower liqueur; "Avant Juice" (a housemade blend using Granny Smith aples, cucumbers, limes, sugar and a bit of vodka); tonic (Eckman says the Avant Garden is perhaps "the booziest" of his new drinks)

    The Clog

  • I saw his rant earlier and hoped it would escape the gaze of Sauron's eye go unnoticed by the best and booziest.

    Every Day Should Be Saturday

  • The booziest Christmas pudding on Britain's supermarket shelves is Marks & Spencer's - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • It's all too easy to forgo the eggnog with a bottle like this at hand and at 7.5 percent ABV it's not the booziest of the bunch, but it drinks so easily that overdoing it can happen in a hurry.


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