Word forms "boozy":
adjective boozy comparative boozier superlative booziest informalcontaining alcohol, drinking a lot of alcohol, or showing the effects of alcohol
She walked in with a big boozy grin on her face.
a boozy evening
English dictionary. 2014.
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Boozy — Booz y, a. A little intoxicated; fuddled; stupid with liquor; bousy. [Colloq.] C. Kingsley. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
boozy — [bo͞oz′ē] adj. boozier, booziest Informal drunk, esp. habitually so boozily adv … English World dictionary
boozy — adjective a) intoxicated by alcohol Hes normally quite a boozy person, but isnt drinking so much these days. b) Inclined to consume a significant amount of alcohol We all had hangovers after a boozy weekend in town … Wiktionary
boozy — booz|y [ buzi ] adjective INFORMAL containing alcohol, drinking a lot of alcohol, or showing the effects of alcohol: She walked in with a big boozy grin on her face. a boozy evening ╾ booz|i|ly adverb … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
boozy — [[t]bu͟ːzi[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n A boozy person is someone who drinks a lot of alcohol. [INFORMAL] ...a cheerful, boozy chain smoker … English dictionary
boozy — adj. Boozy is used with these nouns: ↑lunch … Collocations dictionary
boozy — booz|y [ˈbu:zi] adj showing that someone has drunk too much alcohol ▪ boozy laughter … Dictionary of contemporary English
boozy — A state of inebriation. Why so boozy you? … Dictionary of american slang
boozy — adjective showing signs of having drunk too much alcohol: boozy laughter boozily adverb booziness noun (U) … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
boozy — booze informal ► NOUN ▪ alcoholic drink. ► VERB ▪ drink large quantities of alcohol. DERIVATIVES boozy (boozier, booziest) adjective. ORIGIN from Dutch b sen drink to excess … English terms dictionary