booze

Booze vs Spirit - What's the difference?

booze | spirit |


As nouns the difference between booze and spirit

is that booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage while spirit is spirit (alcohol).

As a verb booze

is (slang) to drink alcohol.

Boos vs Booze - What's the difference?

boos | booze |


As nouns the difference between boos and booze

is that boos is while booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage.

As verbs the difference between boos and booze

is that boos is (boo) while booze is (slang) to drink alcohol.

Bitter vs Booze - What's the difference?

bitter | booze | Related terms |

Bitter is a related term of booze.


As nouns the difference between bitter and booze

is that bitter is (usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic while booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage.

As verbs the difference between bitter and booze

is that bitter is to make bitter while booze is (slang) to drink alcohol.

As an adjective bitter

is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

Booze vs Liquor - What's the difference?

booze | liquor |


As nouns the difference between booze and liquor

is that booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage while liquor is (obsolete) a liquid.

As verbs the difference between booze and liquor

is that booze is (slang) to drink alcohol while liquor is to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Booze - What does it mean?

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Tipple vs Booze - What's the difference?

tipple | booze |


As a proper noun tipple

is .

As a noun booze is

(slang) any alcoholic beverage.

As a verb booze is

(slang) to drink alcohol.

Porter vs Booze - What's the difference?

porter | booze | Related terms |

Porter is a related term of booze.


As nouns the difference between porter and booze

is that porter is (l) while booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage.

As a verb booze is

(slang) to drink alcohol.

Stout vs Booze - What's the difference?

stout | booze | Related terms |

Stout is a related term of booze.


As a proper noun stout

is .

As a noun booze is

(slang) any alcoholic beverage.

As a verb booze is

(slang) to drink alcohol.

Booze vs Gargle - What's the difference?

booze | gargle | Related terms |

Booze is a related term of gargle.


In slang|lang=en terms the difference between booze and gargle

is that booze is (slang) to drink alcohol while gargle is (slang) lager, drink.

As nouns the difference between booze and gargle

is that booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage while gargle is a liquid used for gargling or gargle can be .

As verbs the difference between booze and gargle

is that booze is (slang) to drink alcohol while gargle is to clean one's mouth by holding water or some other liquid in the back of the mouth and blowing air out from the lungs.

Ale vs Booze - What's the difference?

ale | booze | Related terms |

Ale is a related term of booze.


As an interjection ale

is let's go!, come on!.

As a noun booze is

(slang) any alcoholic beverage.

As a verb booze is

(slang) to drink alcohol.

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