Examples of boozer in a Sentence
They went into the boozer for a beer.
the boozer finally checked herself into rehab
Recent Examples of boozer from the Web
The place is run by Barbara (Deneuve), a full-time boozer incapable of serving a simple meal to her guests, let alone standing up straight.
Worldwide, the heaviest boozers are Europeans, who have from one to four drinks a day, according to a report from United European Gastroenterology, a nonprofit coalition of specialists.
Like trendy boozers pouring absinthe over antique spoons or rockabilly fans digging up vintage clothes and restoring classic cars, nasal snuff users are drawn in by an anachronistic habit with a colorful past.
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First Known Use of boozer
Synonymsalcoholic, alkie (or alky) [slang], boozehound, drunk, dipsomaniac, drinker, drunkard, inebriate, juicehead [slang], juicer [slang], lush, rummy, soak, soaker, sot, souse, tippler, toper, tosspot
Related Wordsswigger, swiller; wino
Near Antonymsabstainer, nondrinker, teetotaler (or teetotaller), teetotalist
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