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noun as in person who is inebriated

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Gallup, New Mexico, was called “Drunk City, U.S.A” for its reputation as a magnet for drunks.

Fugelsang quipped: “Comics are bitter misogynist self-loathing drunks, and Congress already has already hit their quota of those.”

We're like the proverbial drunks searching under streetlamps; the keys may not be there, but at least we can see.

And later: “Never do Americans sound so much like a bunch of drunks as when celebrating the end of their national anthem.”

I didn't actually call for more drunks in Congress, but I see how one could get that idea.

Four or five drunks, none tall enough to be Konnel, were slowly and softly singing their way home.

He proved that one night when we picked up a quartet of drunks at a dive on the south end of our district.

After supper pap took the jug, and said he had enough whisky there for two drunks and one delirium tremens.

There didn't appear to be anything particular on, just a few ordinary drunks, until this fellow Doherty was brought in.

There was a jail, a one-room flimsy structure, designed to hold obnoxious drunks whose cash was spent.


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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drunks, such as: alcoholic, boozer, drinker, inebriate, lush, and sponge.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.