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Synonyms for booze-up

revelry in drinking

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I have fond memories of him staging Illuminatus, the eight-hour play at O'Halligan's in Mathew Street, back in the 1970s, scouring junk shops for props for him and going on monumental booze-ups with him and a young Keith Allen and other members of the cast.
The former Monaco star and fitness freak prefers sit-ups to booze-ups, 10-mile runs to three-day benders.
Still, at least we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief on August 31, when it's all over for another year and we can go on our pre-arranged booze-ups and get wrecked to celebrate the fact.
Drinkers expecting round the clock booze-ups when the Government relaxes licensing laws could be disappointed.
We're all familiar with the phrase about organising booze-ups, or something like that, in breweries and a lack of organisation?
IT IS a tale of two booze-ups, today's World Cup clash between England and France.
But the Eagles manager insisted there would be no booze-ups because he knows a hammering could be just around the corner.
Peggy's trials, tribulations, bustups, booze-ups, slaps and slurs have cemented Barbara Windsor as a national treasure.
Forget the booze-ups, seminars and training sessions, I have made some good friends through PACE and I value them all.
If the students are so against organised booze-ups - just don't turn up for them.
This will come as no surprise to readers across the city, who have become used to a council content to leave houses lying derelict and streets full of rubbish, while spending a fortune on booze-ups for Capital of Culture and pay-offs for officers.
But throughout Cardiff's crammed hostelries, as the office parties and general festive booze-ups got under way, the mood matched the sentiments of the season - early on, at least.
IT'S awards season, and given the conspicuous absence of invitations to other people's glittering black-tie booze-ups, we're having our own.
He explains that when he first moved to Salford he used to shoot back to Cardiff just so he could continue his booze-ups with his former Cardiff team-mates.
The bills for the booze-ups and meals were reclaimed from West Midlands Police as legitimate police expenditure.