It is bad enough as it is,—a drunkard for a father, and we nothing more than beggars!
I am like the drunkard who admires a temperate life, yet can't pass a ginshop.
He couldn't have had a very good time; his father was a drunkard.
“Sure sign of a drunkard,” he returned wisely, in a similar undertone.
Charlie was not only a drunkard still, but the “crook” he was supposed to be.
That was what distinguished him from the drunkard and the drug-taker.
There are those who claim that he was unjust to Cooke, making him more of a drunkard than he really was.
Now and again they stepped off the pavement to leave room for some drunkard who had fallen there.
A good worker like him, not a loafer or a drunkard, he could have understood in that case.
Just then Coupeau stood up to make the drunkard's sign of the cross.