Thesaurus / dead drunk
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In these days he got dead drunk on oatmeal porridge, while he produced a perishing ecstasy on bread and milk.
THE DIVINE FIREMAY SINCLAIR
An injured drayman was brought in dead drunk, and underwent amputation of the legs without any signs of feeling pain.
RUSTIC SOUNDSFRANCIS DARWIN
He was as dead drunk as any man could get to be and still be alive.
And there he remained lying on his face, dead drunk, his limbs benumbed, and snoring loudly.
Seems to be dead drunk, he said to his companion with an oath.
When they take drink they never stop until they are dead drunk, then they lie anywhere about the streets and quays.
LOOKING SEAWARD AGAINWALTER RUNCIMAN
I am dead drunk, that is all, and never did any man better deserve to be so.
All the women who were not dead drunk slept with men; and women with two children did the same.
WHAT TO DO?COUNT LYOF N. TOLSTOI
It is a well-known fact that he never went to the Battle of Inkerman, but drew our grog and got dead drunk with it.
I never seed him dead drunk, but I've ketched him a few times about as full as he could hold.
LITTLE WOLFM. A. CORNELIUS

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