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Boose vs. Booze

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Boosenoun

(dialect) A stall for an animal (usually a cow).

Boozenoun

Any alcoholic beverage.

Boosenoun

alternative spelling of booze

Boozenoun

A session of drinking alcohol; a drinking party.

Booseverb

alternative spelling of booze

Boozeverb

(slang) To drink alcohol.

‘We were out all night boozing until we dragged ourselves home hung over.’;

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Boosenoun

A stall or a crib for an ox, cow, or other animal.

Boozeverb

To drink greedily or immoderately, esp. alcoholic liquor; to tipple.

‘This is better than boozing in public houses.’;

Booseverb

To drink excessively. See Booze.

Boozenoun

A carouse; a drinking.

Boose

Boose is a surname. Notable people by that name include: James Rufus Boosé (1859–1936) travelling commissioner for the Royal Colonial Institute.

Boozenoun

any alcoholic beverage, especially a strong beverage such as whiskey.

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Boozenoun

distilled rather than fermented

Boozeverb

consume alcohol;

‘We were up drinking all night’;

Boozenoun

alcoholic drink

‘I wonder where he's hidden his booze’;

Boozeverb

drink alcohol, especially in large quantities

‘I expect he's boozing’; ‘Michael is trying to quit boozing’;

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