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boozy-woozy

(ˈbuziˈwuzi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. I think I am just an itty-bitty boozy-woozy.

woozy

(ˈwuzi)
1. mod. sleepy; disoriented. I’m still sort of woozy. Give me a minute or two to wake up.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I felt a little woozy, but that didn’t stop me from having more.
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Once you become woozy - there's no way you can stop what is going to happen.
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Their woozy, electro-tinged psychedelic pop propelled them into the charts in their home country, and success in Spain and Germany followed.
It tastes like Christmas in a cup - and won't leave you feeling woozy.
I leaned forward and remember feeling a bit woozy and a bit dizzy," he said.
Created by two parents who had difficulty coaxing their own children to bed, My Bedbugs Volume 1 introduces young folks to lovable siblings Woozy, Toofy, and Gooby, who sing, dance, play and have adventures all without leaving their bedroom.
After spending a few hours in a local pub "drinking pints and listening to Black Sabbath", the band launched with the woozy Sleeping Lessons.
No King epitomized their weekend of resilience more than Visnovsky, who was knocked woozy by a thunderous open-ice check by Chris Kunitz late in the third period.
Mrs Woosnam has admitted that she was a bit woozy when she checked in for last week's flight.
Frey's tall tales of substance abuse, alcoholism, and redemption fit Oprah Winfrey's audience to a woozy T, while JT LeRoy was perfectly crafted to capture the imaginations of hipsters like Eggers and Gaitskill.
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Symptoms include being slightly giddy, woozy, and a little off-balance.
As Anderson's score swings from woozy waltz to thrumming percussion, their dancing takes on a relaxed athleticism, switching from languid turns to superfast, gone-before-you-know-it etchings in space.
TELLY floozy Kim Cattrall came over all woozy after a hard night on the town.
This dichotomy between aristocratic and lower-class London is central to Dillon's thesis: that London's gin craze, viewed through the woozy lens of alcohol abuse, was really about class struggle.