Definition of 'boozy'
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That could end up being a boozy night - and hungover Friday. The Sun (2016)The boozy lunch was much more valuable in commerce than it is given credit for. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But their boozy antics often led to injuries. The Sun (2014)One in ten workers suffers three times a month from a boozy night before. The Sun (2010)She kept him topped up with bottles of wine and they spent hours over boozy lunches. The Sun (2010)This appears to be a token effort after a series of boozy nights to rein in his drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The media mogul booted him off over his boozy antics and called him a horror of a human being. The Sun (2015)Young women who have yet to discover what price they may well pay for their boozy nights on the town. The Sun (2010)The 27-year-old blurted out his link to royalty to fellow apprentices over a boozy lunch. The Sun (2007)But ask yourself whom you'd rather have met for a boozy lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Will the Awards be a boozy night? The Sun (2013)For some campers, a boozy night will come back to bite them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A boozy lunch, you make a pass and embarrass yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But there won't be a repeat of last year's boozy antics if he does get the gong. The Sun (2016)
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