boozy

[boo-zee]
adjective, boozier, booziest.
1.
drunken; intoxicated.
2.
addicted to liquor.

Origin:
1520–30; booze + -y1

boozily, adverb
booziness, noun
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boozy (ˈbuːzɪ)
 
adj , boozier, booziest
informal inclined to or involving excessive drinking of alcohol; drunken: a boozy lecturer; a boozy party
 
'booziness
 
n

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Example sentences
Prodded by boozy dares, bikers raced one another down the main drag.
In part, these pubs are boozy outriders to the local-food movement.
Waterproof shell wards off boozy spills from cramped coach seatmates.
Nights at our house were fun and boozy and warm because of her.
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