What is booze?

  • (verb): Consume alcohol.
    Synonyms: drink, fuddle
    See also — Additional definitions below

Booze

Booze is an informal term for an alcoholic beverage. It can also refer to:

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Tim O'Leary - Return To Crime
... He followed Christy to where he collected some stolen booze, and waited until Christy left the van unattended ... in the van and drove off, but when he later tried to sell Christy back the booze at a profit, he was forced to give it back when Christy turned up with two mates ... Undeterred Tim persuaded Christy to let him take part in another heist on a lorry loaded with booze ...
The Booze News
... The Booze News is a satirical newspaper founded at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in February 2004 by Atish Doshi and Derek Chin ... Currently, The Booze News is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois and continues to exist under The Black Sheep ...
Silent Night (Sin City Yarn) - Booze, Broads, & Bullets
... Booze, Broads, Bullets is a compilation of stories from the Sin City series of comic books by Frank Miller ...
The Booze News - Origins and Expansion
... According to co-founder Derek Chin, The Booze News was founded as a twelve-page paper in 2004 ... paper expanded to twenty pages.The first campus expansion took place in 2005, as The Booze News began publishing a twelve-page issue at Illinois State University ... In 2006, The Booze News expanded further, and began distribution at three more schools, The University of Wisconsin in Madison, The University of Iowa in Iowa City, Indiana University in ...
Episodes - "The Booze Cruise" (2003)
... and Daniel (Ben Whishaw) - go on a booze cruise to France, with mixed success and many mishaps along the way ...

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Famous quotes containing the word booze:

    In other countries, art and literature are left to a lot of shabby bums living in attics and feeding on booze and spaghetti, but in America the successful writer or picture-painter is indistinguishable from any other decent businessman.
    Sinclair Lewis (1885–1951)

    Maybe a nation that consumes as much booze and dope as we do and has our kind of divorce statistics should pipe down about “character issues.” Either that or just go ahead and determine the presidency with three-legged races and pie-eating contests. It would make better TV.
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)