boozing


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  • noun

Synonyms for boozing

the act of drinking alcoholic beverages to excess

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Boozing can also increase your chances of developing gout, but it depends on your drink of choice.
The overall mortality rate from boozing is the third highest in England at 0.
The Centre for Economics and Business Research also said it would only cut the boozing of problemdrinkers by five per cent.
The 17-year-old Royal usually started his boozing sessions with bottles of the trendy vodka-based drink Smirnoff Ice.
Almost 50 Scots football fans were nabbed yesterday in a high-profile operation to beat match-day boozing.
NEARLY half of all the people arrested in Northern Ireland since January had been boozing before their arrest.
Labour MSP Clare Baker has called for a crackdown on "proxy purchasing" since last year and called on the Scottish government to do more to plug the gap on efforts to stop kids boozing.
LURID tales of boozing and brawling, court cases that strip bare our heroes and a sport that is racing out of control.
FULL marks to your "Can It" campaign against underage boozing.
A RECENT study showed that youngsters who start boozing in their early teens are more likely to become alcoholics in later life.