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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 judged I would saw out and leave that night if pap got drunk enough, and I reckoned he would.
He had been drunk over in town, and laid in the gutter all night, and he was a sight to look at.
In the first place, the night was one to make a sensitive nature drunk.
Then he decided to get drunk and went into Willy's saloon and bought a bottle of whiskey.
Vasili Andreevich was excited by the vodka he had drunk with his visitors, and so he was even more pleased than usual with everything that was his and all that he did.
I'm sure you will agree with me that we must drink no other person's health until we have drunk his.
This toast was drunk with all the enthusiasm that was wanting to the last, and it certainly was the most picturesque moment in the scene when Mr.
To do her justice, she really believed Anne had made Diana drunk out of sheer malice prepense,?
He had been very drunk in deed, and he expected to get into trouble for outstaying his leave.
Cronshaw was taking his time to wake up that evening, though the saucers at his side indicated that he had at least made an honest attempt to get drunk.
Then I'll run home in a twinkling--I've a lot of friends there, all drunk--I'll fetch Zossimov--that's the doctor who is looking after him, he is there, too, but he is not drunk; he is not drunk, he is never drunk
Yes, sir; drunk with the nutmegs that it devoured under the nutmeg-tree, under which I found it.