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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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The band kept getting louder and drunker, and I kept blowing my voice out," the Daily Star quoted him as saying.
In those days we didn't have in-ear monitors and the band kept getting louder and drunker, and I kept blowing my voice out.
However this particular feature means no more "the drunker you are, the faster you were".
Oh, a slim little waist is a pleasure, And a trim little limb is divine Oh, a sly little eye is a treasure, It'll get him drunker than wine You'll drive him half insane, In a bathing suit of cellophane Keep young and beautiful, If you want to be loved They don't write them like that, anymore.
They're a little drunker and a little looser than their silver ring comrades; a lot less smarter too.
One time I went to town with a lad who came back much drunker than me.
What do you do with the drunken sailor, What do you do with the drunken sailor, What do you do with the drunker sailor, Earl-Lie in the Morn-Ning?
dust remember this on your next business trip: The further a married person is from home and the drunker that married person is, the likelier it is that that married person is lying to you.
08 is legally impaired - I figured: The drunker, the more likely to kill.
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.