hit the booze

hit the booze

verb
See also: booze, hit
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After a bender with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on Saturday night, he hit the booze again early on Sunday - while hosting the MTV EMAs.
That would send me down to the Legends Loungue to hit the booze.
Dreadful again against Chile, the display against Colombia was so brutal and cynical it was like when Superman went bad, hit the booze and started pinging peanuts at barmen.
The players weren't allowed to hit the booze because of an upcoming League One clash at Yeovil, but you would imagine the fans made up for that by popping a few champagne corks on the way home.
While revellers throughout the region hit the booze to welcome 1993 the Northumbria Ambulance Service was stretched to the limit dealing with 400 calls during the night.
But while he made the nation roar with laughter, he was a tortured soul who hit the booze and suffered from severe depression.
However, Frankie tweeted his plans to have a 'big night' and desire to hit the booze.
On Wednesday afternoon, the court case ended abruptly after an out-of-court settlement was reached - prompting Hatton to hit the booze again.
They may well have hit the booze or drugs in their spare time, he said, but they wrote best when sober.
COASTGUARDS ran up a pounds 6000 bill rescuing a DJ and his uncle who hit the booze on a cruise.
GARY Lineker told yesterday of his fears for ex-England pal Paul Gascoigne after the troubled star hit the booze again.
After she died I hit the booze hard and went out to the Canaries where I stayed with friends for eight months.
TROUBLED soccer legend Paul McGrath's future in Irish football hung in the balance last night - after he hit the booze again.
But the midfielder who clinched a dream return to the SPL from Falkirk is determined to ensure the crop of bright kids at Pittodrie don't hit the booze like him.