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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Drunkards are not frequent sights in the Quarter; and yet when these people do get drunk, they become as irresponsible as maniacs.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
The putrid flesh came away with the garments, but the drunkards never heeded.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
They drive men mad—make drunkards, gamblers, swindlers of them.
A BUTTERFLY ON THE WHEELCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
They were not drunkards, but the cache had given them hopes of drinks.
THE BEACH OF DREAMSH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
They are Drunkards, quarrelsome, and so vindictive,324 that they think any sort of Revenge sweet.
We never called the consuls drunkards and foreign merchants thieves.
I refused to go, as there were drunkards and toughs on their knees under conviction of sin.
Now it is possible that if the sermon had been about drunkards, Mr. Decker would have been vexed and would not have listened.
You are all besotted—hag-ridden—drunkards sitting in the stocks, and bowing down to the said stocks, and making a god thereof.
THE SAINT'S TRAGEDYCHARLES KINGSLEY
I have broken every engagement since that afternoon I was to address the drunkards at Casterbridge Fair.

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