boozer

Boozer vs Teetotaler - What's the difference?

boozer | teetotaler |


As nouns the difference between boozer and teetotaler

is that boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard while teetotaler is (us) a person who completely abstains from alcoholic beverages.

Boozer vs Plonko - What's the difference?

boozer | plonko | Related terms |

Boozer is a related term of plonko.


As nouns the difference between boozer and plonko

is that boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard while plonko is (au|informal) someone addicted to cheap wine.

Sponge vs Boozer - What's the difference?

Sponge | boozer |


As nouns the difference between Sponge and boozer

is that Sponge is (countable) any of various marine invertebrates, mostly of the phylum porifera , that have a porous skeleton often of silica while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

As a verb Sponge

is (slang) to take advantage of the kindness of others.

Dipsomaniac vs Boozer - What's the difference?

dipsomaniac | boozer |


As nouns the difference between dipsomaniac and boozer

is that dipsomaniac is one with a morbid paroxysmal craving for alcohol; an alcoholic while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

Sot vs Boozer - What's the difference?

sot | boozer |


As nouns the difference between sot and boozer

is that sot is soot while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

Drunk vs Boozer - What's the difference?

drunk | boozer |


As nouns the difference between drunk and boozer

is that drunk is a habitual drinker, especially one who is frequently intoxicated while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

As an adjective drunk

is in a state of intoxication caused by the consumption of excessive alcohol, usually by drinking alcoholic beverages.

As a verb drunk

is .

Imbiber vs Boozer - What's the difference?

imbiber | boozer |


As nouns the difference between imbiber and boozer

is that imbiber is one who imbibes, who drinks, especially alcoholic beverages while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

Alcoholic vs Boozer - What's the difference?

alcoholic | boozer |


As nouns the difference between alcoholic and boozer

is that alcoholic is alcoholic while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

As an adjective alcoholic

is alcoholic.

Tippler vs Boozer - What's the difference?

tippler | boozer |


As nouns the difference between tippler and boozer

is that tippler is a seller of alcoholic liquors while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

Soak vs Boozer - What's the difference?

soak | boozer |


As nouns the difference between soak and boozer

is that soak is an immersion in water etc while boozer is (colloquial) one who drinks habitually; a drunkard.

As a verb soak

is (label) to be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it.

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