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Boozy

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Partly intoxicated. (Russian, busa, millet-beer; Latin, buza, from buo, to fill; Welsh, bozi; Old Dutch, buyzen, to tipple; Coptic, bouza, intoxicating drink.)

“In Egypt there is a beer called ‘Boozer,ʹ which is intoxicating.”—Morning Chronicle, Aug. 27th, 1852.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Boot-jack
Boots
Boots (an instrument of torture)
Boots
Boots
Boots at an Inn
Bootless Errand
Boötes (Bo-o-tees)
Booth
Boozy
Bor (in Norfolk)
Borachio
Borak
Bord Halfpenny
Bordarii
Border (The)
Border Minstrel
Border States (The)
Bordlands
Bordlode

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