Some people who saw him probably thought he was boozed, but he wasn't, any more than I was.
Liza, as she scrambled up the steps, said: 'Well, I believe I'm boozed.'
Not much use in a honeymoon when one's boozed and the other ain't.
Look here, Marcella, the only thing is for me to get boozed and borrow it!
Another captain leaned over to me and said, 'Don't take any notice of him, he's boozed all this week.'
But if I were not boozed I couldn't ask—ask even for the job of gorse-grubbing or road sweeping.
Mr. Pugmire was settin' by the fire, not to say boozed, but as is usual about nine o'clock.
"I'll bet it's some German who has boozed too much at home, and his folks have thrown him out," hinted Billy.
Well, it isn't much of a life, that, an' Lizzie's mother had a poor life even for a labourer's wife because McCamley boozed.
When you're boozed you're not in it—you lose your head; but when you're right you make fellows wonder what you are.