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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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I've ben drunk once since I seen you last, an' then it was unexpected, bein' on an empty stomach.
He never had been drunk before, and indeed in all his fife had never taken a drink of anything intoxicating, but he felt he needed to be drunk that one time and so went and did it.
If Smith had been in his right senses he would have been sensible of something wrong in my pace, but he was too drunk to notice.
I borrowed three dollars from Judge Thatcher, and pap took it and got drunk, and went a-blowing around and cussing and whooping and carrying on; and he kept it up all over town, with a tin pan, till most midnight; then they jailed him, and next day they had him before court, and jailed him again for a week.
Well, boys, I done an awful thing -- drunk and crazy at the time -- that's the only way I account for it -- and now I got to swing for it, and it's right.
Either they were dead drunk or had deserted her, I thought, and perhaps if I could get on board I might return the vessel to her captain.
Yes, sir; drunk with the nutmegs that it devoured under the nutmeg-tree, under which I found it.
The man's drunk," said I, perhaps officiously; "you'll do no good.
In the first place it had been made by a man quite drunk to one who was half drunk; and yet, in spite of the incertainty which the vapor of three or four bottles of Burgundy carries with it to the brain, D'Artagnan, when awaking on the following morning, had all the words of Athos as present to his memory as if they then fell from his mouth--they had been so impressed upon his mind.
The fellow is not so drunk as he appears to be," said Danglars.
Suppose you yourself go and sober up, for I know that the other day you went to visit a woman, and that you got drunk with her on two grivenniks.
An' I'll not say how we like th' ale yet, for we couldna well taste it till we'd drunk your health in it; but the dinner was good, an' if there's anybody hasna enjoyed it, it must be the fault of his own inside.