drunkenness[ druhng-kuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF drunkenness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRUNKENNESS
In sharp contrast to this, the drunkenness of Callidamates in Most.
This is conviviality; but it has no relation to drunkenness.
But such a scene of drunkenness was hardly ever seen in this country.
The sexual passion has often been compared to drunkenness or to mental disease.
The driver had been drinking and in his drunkenness he had thrashed the poor beast.
A latent chivalry held him which no depths of drunkenness could drown.
And as for the drunkenness, I'd like to know who's seen Mr. Thomas drunk.
The world was full of oppression, and envy, and drunkenness, and vain pleasures.
But the power of words was lost in the drunkenness of his rage.
Touching their drunkenness and the trifle of rioting, what soldiers have not these faults?