dipsomaniac[ dip-suh-mey-nee-ak, -soh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dipsomaniac
Synonyms for dipsomaniac
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIPSOMANIAC
Why do they not ring the bell and remove the dipsomaniac prize-fighter?
I liked him very much, but, unlike most Mahomedans, he was a dipsomaniac.
When he came up he was within arm's reach of the dipsomaniac.
This physician finds from the evidence that Poe was a dipsomaniac.
In England a spendthrift or dipsomaniac can only be controlled when he has spent all his money.
Nelda is the nymphomaniac sister, and Geraldine is the dipsomaniac.
He must no more trifle with the girl than a dipsomaniac with the brandy bottle!
Remember what I said as to the phenomena presented by the dreamer, the hypnotic subject, the dipsomaniac, the narcomaniac.
I know now that he really was a dipsomaniac of a somewhat unusual kind.
The present Duke had none of the spirit or sense of his ancestors, and was, moreover, a dipsomaniac.
"drunkard," 1858, from dipsomania; slang shortening dipso is from 1880.