Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being boozy.

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Examples

  • Flavor: not at all what I was expecting; amazingly soft, the flavor has a big fruity sourness with a long booziness on the finish; the malts are biscuity and caramel, but the flavor is strangely Belgian

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Indeed, the primary difference is that the Old Ale tops out around 9% ABV, whereas the Barleywine starts at 8% ABV, and where the Old Ale is singularly malty, to even out the booziness, the barleywine will have some hop balance.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • I love the slight booziness of davana in Peche Cardinal and I enjoy the elegance of the musky-woody base.

    In Which I Am Hard to Please

  • I love the slight booziness of davana in Peche Cardinal and I enjoy the elegance of the musky-woody base.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Flavor: not at all what I was expecting; amazingly soft, the flavor has a big fruity sourness with a long booziness on the finish; the malts are biscuity and caramel, but the flavor is strangely Belgian

    The English Barleywine and the Old Ale

  • Flavor: soft, oily and sweet, more chocolate than coffee and little of the vanilla aroma comes through in the flavor; a slight booziness, with a finish like a cross between wine and coffee; the oils just coat my mouth and refuse to allow the flavor to finish

    This Beer’s Got Style - Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron

  • Indeed, the primary difference is that the Old Ale tops out around 9% ABV, whereas the Barleywine starts at 8% ABV, and where the Old Ale is singularly malty, to even out the booziness, the barleywine will have some hop balance.

    The English Barleywine and the Old Ale

  • Just days earlier, Tony Blair had called for measures against public booziness.

    Rich V. Rhode Island

  • He was conscious of nothing except the blankness of the page in front of him, the itching of the skin above his ankle, the blaring of the music, and a slight booziness caused by the gin.

    Nineteen Eighty-four

  • He was conscious of nothing except the blankness of the page in front of him, the itching of the skin above his ankle, the blaring of the music, and a slight booziness caused by the gin.

    Nineteen Eighty-four

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