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Booze vs. Ooze

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  • Booze (noun)

    Any alcoholic beverage.

  • Booze (noun)

    A session of drinking alcohol; a drinking party.

  • Booze (verb)

    To drink alcohol.

    "We were out all night boozing until we dragged ourselves home hung over."

  • Ooze (noun)

    Tanning liquor, an aqueous extract of vegetable matter (tanbark, sumac, etc.) in a tanning vat used to tan leather.

  • Ooze (noun)

    An oozing, gentle flowing, or seepage, as of water through sand or earth.

  • Ooze (noun)

    Secretion, humour.

  • Ooze (noun)

    Juice, sap.

  • Ooze (noun)

    Soft bed of a river or estuary.

  • Ooze (noun)

    A pelagic marine sediment containing a significant amount of the microscopic remains of either calcareous or siliceous planktonic debris organisms.

  • Ooze (noun)

    A piece of soft, wet, pliable ground.

  • Ooze (verb)

    To be secreted or slowly leak.

  • Ooze (verb)

    To give off a strong sense of (something); to exude.

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