Definition of 'boozer'
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But the reality is a lot of big boozers may be dependent without realising it. The Sun (2010) British boozers are dying and something radical has to be done. The Sun (2009)Why snort an upper when you are just going to the local boozer for a pint? Times, Sunday Times (2013)They showed almost five local boozers a day ended up in hospital. The Sun (2015)The mood in my local boozer was incredulous. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is your local boozer in danger of going under? The Sun (2009)Buy her a pint if she winds up in your local boozer. The Sun (2011)Time is also being called on the British boozer. The Sun (2016)It comes amid fears soaring rents and beer tax hikes could kill off the great British boozer. The Sun (2013)And this is your local boozer, right? The Sun (2011)He should go further and drop the tax on all beer and wine sold in pubs to help save the British boozer. The Sun (2009)This is a proper old boisterous boozer that just happens to serve fabulous food, and has been doing so for the past ten years. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That has slowed, but beer campaigners still worry about the British boozer. The Sun (2015)Of course it was a beautiful British motor for a beautiful British boozer. The Sun (2010)It looks how a nice old boozer should look: wood tables, beams and hops hanging above the bar. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Not sleazy old boozers with carpets last cleaned in 1986, but joints where the hip and wannabe hip wanna be seen. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But they would visit more if boozers served good food, had better seats, entertainment and showed less sport on the telly. The Sun (2010)WOMEN aged over 65 are the biggest boozers before boarding holiday flights, a survey found. The Sun (2015)Further evidence of the gentrification of southeast London comes in the form of yet another gastropub moving in on territory once occupied by an old-fashioned boozer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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