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drunk

adjective ebrius, inebriated, intemperate, overcome, overcome by liquor, riotous, sottish, temulentus, uncontrolled, under the influunce of liquor, unsober
Associated concepts: alcoholism, delirium tremens, driving while intoxicated, drunkometer test, intoxication, voluntary intoxication
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He got drunker and drunker until at about 3 in the morning he started shouting and cursing and some glass smashed and finally he fell down.
He was not only too drunk to drive, but too drunk to walk -and he wanted to get even drunker.
One night, the drunker of the dudes decided to "go climb a mountain
Ash grew drunker, warmer, until everything seemed to connect and they were all part of this, the night, the alcohol, the children and each other and the galaxy.
If you've had rather too much to drink at a Christmas party but want to look sober, stand next to people drunker than you, don't smile inanely and, if all else fails, pretend to be foreign.
Our mole added: "The drunker they became the closer they got.
The defendant was getting louder and drunker during the evening, and some customers left, making complaints to the staff about his behaviour.
As Drunker (1973:134) would have it, society was unschooled comparatively recently--not much more than a century ago.
Similarly, bartenders must have been coached in the art of the generous pour, presumably thinking that the drunker people became, the better that preview of "Head Cases" would look.
As long as you can find someone noticeably drunker than yourself, you're safe.
They got drunker and drunker, and eventually got sticks and beat the penguins to death.
Drivers talking on handheld phones took an average of half a second longer than normal to react, compared to a one-third second delay for a drunker driver.