boozehound

noun
booze·hound | \ˈbüz-ˌhau̇nd \

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he's a famous writer and an infamous boozehound

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Before you pigeonhole me as a full-on dipsomaniac (that’s a fancy way to say boozehound), allow me to explain that many rum distilleries in Martinique offer more than a linoleum tasting counter and a gift shop. Christopher Muther, BostonGlobe.com, "How Martinique’s rum became certifiably the best in the Caribbean," 14 Mar. 2018 And for true boozehounds, mix 2 parts Del Maguey Vida mezcal, 1 part Aperol, and a bit of dry vermouth to make a Santa's Little Helper. Ross Mccammon, GQ, "The Four Cardinal Rules of Holiday Cocktails," 27 Oct. 2017 A six-pack goes for £30, or about $37 for the American boozehounds. Caroline Picard, House Beautiful, "These Gin-Filled Ornaments Are Such a God-Send They Keep Selling Out," 14 Nov. 2016

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1911, in the meaning defined above

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