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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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boozybooz‧y /ˈbuːzi/ adjective  DFDshowing that someone has drunk too much alcohol boozy laughter
Examples from the Corpus
boozyThe boozy cook got the trots after a late night meal of undercooked seafood washed down by lashings of wine.On the first and third of every month, the place is packed with old men getting their boozy fixes.Lots of cherries and other fruit and good boozy flavour - a cross between Christmas cake and pudding.He looked at her with a kind of boozy jollity.I took him out for a boozy lunch, and in the end he admitted he'd made the whole thing up.She's going for a boozy night out with her friends.And it is neither too boozy nor chocolatey.The critics held him in high esteem as an actor, and the fans adored him for his outrageous and boozy personality.They didn't cost a great deal, but they do look quite classy in a boozy sort of way.
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