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boozehound

slang One who is apt to drink alcohol often and excessively; an alcoholic. "Booze" is a slang term for alcohol derived from the Middle Dutch word busen, meaning "to drink to excess." Geez, if we go to the bar a third time this week, we're gonna look like a couple of boozehounds!
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Booze hounds can be slapped with a fixed charge of either EUR100 or EUR140 if they are found to be intoxicated in public or behaving in a disorderly way.
from a treasure chest of award-winning dark rums, booze hounds on the trail of a Rum Swizzle or a Mojito will love the fragrant and tropical fruit flavours of Mount Gay Rum Eclipse (pounds 18.79, 70cl, major supermarkets nationwide), one of Barbados' finest exports.
A strict door policy keeps the booze hounds licking the outside of the glass, while inside it's just party people out for a good time.
Allegedly, it can even be downloaded from Thresher's own website, but at the time of writing, I can't confirm this as the sites is unavailable - presumably swamped by booze hounds and internet columnists alike.
Vodka Booze hounds will try and tell you that vodka is their tipple of choice because of it's subtle yet distinct flavours and depth of taste, if they are being honest they drink it in the false hope people will not be able to smell it on them and that the inevitable hangover will not be so bad.
Business and property owners ceded street corners and storefronts to X-rated theaters, tattoo parlors, and booze hounds.
The Lee Hedley band, The Booze Hounds, Max & Nadia, Odibal, Ricky McMullan, Cavehill, Vinty & Neil, The Alexanders, Ludwig & Co, The 77s, Sweet Chilli Sauce, Duet de Ville, Scorpion Jack, Laura Totten & Chris Brooks, and a 12-year-old busker called George.
As drunks jump into taxis taking them home, drivers are constantly ready for the emergency call to pull over so the booze hounds inside can throw up on the road, and on themselves.
YOU'D think being twice married to Richard Burton and prone to the odd - and I mean 'odd' - night out with booze hounds like Peter O'Toole, Elizabeth Taylor would have pretty much seen everything.