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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
drunk ()
drunk (adjective)
1.
a) having the faculties impaired by alcohol
b) having a level of alcohol in the blood that exceeds a maximum prescribed by law - legally drunk
2.
dominated by an intense feeling - drunk with rage
3.
relating to, caused by, or characterized by intoxication - drunken drunk driving
drunk (noun)
1.
a period of drinking to intoxication or of being intoxicated - a 2-day drunk
2.
one who is drunk , especially - drunkard
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
drunk (adjective)
being under the influence of alcohol
SYNONIMS:
besotted, blasted, blind, blitzed, blotto, bombed, boozy, canned, cockeyed, crocked, drunken, fried, gassed, hammered, high, impaired, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, juiced, lit, lit up, loaded, looped, oiled, pickled, pie-eyed, plastered, potted, ripped, sloshed, smashed, sottish, soused, sozzled, squiffed ( squiffy), stewed, stiff, stinking, stoned, tanked, tiddly, tight, tipsy, wasted, wet, wiped out
RELATED WORDS:
maudlin; beery; befuddled, bleary-eyed, crapulous, dopey ( dopy), rocky, strung out, stupefied; debauched, dissipated, dissolute; alcoholic, bibulous, dipsomaniacal
in one's cups, in the bag [], three sheets in the wind ( three sheets to the wind), under the influence, under the weather
NEAR ANTONYMS:
abstemious, abstinent, dry, temperate, teetotal; clearheaded, cool, level, steady
sober, straight
drunk (noun)
1.
a person who makes a habit of getting drunk
SYNONIMS:
alcoholic, alkie ( alky), boozehound, boozer, dipsomaniac, drinker, drunkard, inebriate, juicehead, juicer, lush, rummy, soak, soaker, sot, souse, tippler, toper, tosspot
RELATED WORDS:
swigger, swiller; wino
NEAR ANTONYMS:
abstainer, nondrinker, teetotaler ( teetotaller), teetotalist
drunk (noun)
2.
a bout of prolonged or excessive drinking
SYNONIMS:
bender, binge, bust, carousal, drunk, jamboree, spree, toot, wassail
RELATED WORDS:
blowout, kegger ( keg party); bacchanalia, orgy, revel, revelry; bibbery, bibulousness, drunkenness, inebriation, inebriety, intoxication, jag, tipsiness
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