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Slightly intoxicated.
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  1. Slightly intoxicated.
  2. That tips easily; not steady; shaky
  3. (Informal) Somewhat drunk; intoxicated enough to be somewhat unsteady, fuddled, etc.
Of, like, or suggestive of beer
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  1. Of, like, or suggestive of beer
  2. Showing the effects of drinking beer; drunken, tipsy, maudlin, etc.
  3. Affected or produced by beer:
A light cake, such as sponge cake.
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  1. A light cake, such as sponge cake.
  2. Any of numerous aquatic, chiefly marine invertebrate animals of the phylum Porifera. Sponges characteristically have a porous skeleton, usually containing an intricate system of canals, that is composed of fibrous material or siliceous or calcareous spicules. Water passing through the pores brings food to the organism. Sponges live in all depths of the sea, are sessile, and often form irregularly shaped colonies attached to an underwater surface. Sponges are considered the most primitive members of the animal kingdom, since they lack a nervous system and differentiated body tissues or organs. Adults do not have moving parts, but the larvae are free-swimming. Sponges have great regenerative capacities, with some species able to regenerate a complete adult organism from fragments as small as a single cell. Sponges first appear during the early Cambrian Period and may have evolved from protozoa.
  3. A contraceptive sponge.
Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol:
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  1. Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol:
Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. Drunk; intoxicated
  2. Intoxicated with alcohol; drunk:
Cooked with wine or another alcoholic beverage:
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  1. Cooked with wine or another alcoholic beverage:
  2. Caused by, characterized by, or occurring during intoxication
  3. Delirious with or as if with strong drink; intoxicated.
Red in the face because of embarrassment, exertion, etc.
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  1. Red in the face because of embarrassment, exertion, etc.
Foolishly and tearfully or weakly sentimental
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  1. Foolishly and tearfully or weakly sentimental
  2. Tearfully sentimental from too much liquor
  3. Effusively sad or full of self-pity; extremely sentimental:
Of or like a sot
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  1. Of or like a sot
  2. Tending to drink excessively.
  3. Stupid or foolish from or as from too much drinking
Highly absorbent
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  1. Highly absorbent
  2. Very absorbent, as paper or soil.
  3. Given to or marked by the consumption of alcoholic drink:
Far or farther from a reference point:
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  1. Far or farther from a reference point:
  2. Advanced in development or complexity:
  3. Characterized by lofty or stirring events or themes:
Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
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  1. Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
  2. Of such close construction as to be impermeable:
  3. Obtainable with difficulty or only at a high price:
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. (Slang) Very drunk; unconscious because of drinking too much
Under the influence of a narcotic, hallucinogen, etc.
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  1. Under the influence of a narcotic, hallucinogen, etc.
  2. Intoxicated by a drug, especially marijuana.
  3. Having the stones removed
(Slang) exhilarated, excited; showing signs of emotion
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Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.
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  1. Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.
  2. Having the nervous system so affected by alcoholic liquor, a narcotic drug, etc., as to have lost control
(Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
Preserved in airtight cans or jars
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  1. Preserved in airtight cans or jars
  2. (Informal) Recorded or taped for repeated use, as on television or radio:
  3. (Informal) Used repeatedly with little or no change:
(Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
(Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
(Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
Not straightforward; secret or underhand.
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  1. Not straightforward; secret or underhand.
  2. Alternative spelling of under the table; in attributive use.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
(Informal) Wearing or carrying, esp. surreptitiously, a microphone or recording device
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  1. (Informal) Wearing or carrying, esp. surreptitiously, a microphone or recording device
  2. Reinforced, supported, tied or bound with wire.
  3. Connected to a computer network, cable TV system, etc.
Needless or superfluous:
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  1. Needless or superfluous:
  2. (Slang) Quite intoxicated by drugs or alcohol
  3. Not profitably used or maintained:
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Formed into or having a loop or loops.
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Preserved in or treated with pickle.
Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
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  1. Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
  2. Having been cooked by slowly boiling or simmering. See stew.
  3. (Of tea) Bitter from having been steeped too long.
Filled, charged, weighted, etc. (as indicated by various senses of load)
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  1. Filled, charged, weighted, etc. (as indicated by various senses of load)
  2. Having great meaning, seriousness, or implication:
  3. (Informal) Well equipped with accessories or features
Gentle and understanding, especially from being mature or experienced:
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  1. Gentle and understanding, especially from being mature or experienced:
  2. Softened and made gentle, understanding, and sympathetic by age and experience
  3. Moist, rich, soft, and loamy. Used of soil.
(Informal) Drunk, esp. habitually so
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  1. (Informal) Drunk, esp. habitually so
Trim and muscular
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  1. Trim and muscular
  2. Having an extremely defined physique; toned:
  3. Under the influence of a drug; high
Drunk; intoxicated.
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  1. Drunk; intoxicated.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Silly; ridiculous; foolish
  3. (Slang) Tilted to one side; crooked; awry
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
  2. Contaminated, specif. with harmful chemicals, waste material, etc.
  3. Defiled; made unclean or impure; debauched.
(Brit., Informal) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Brit., Informal) Drunk; intoxicated
Sick from such intemperance
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  1. Sick from such intemperance
  2. Characterized by intemperance, esp. in drinking; debauched
Cooked with wine or another alcoholic beverage:
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  1. Cooked with wine or another alcoholic beverage:
  2. Delirious with or as if with strong drink; intoxicated.
  3. Caused by, characterized by, or occurring during intoxication
Intoxicated.
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  1. Intoxicated.
  2. Drunk; intoxicated
Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. Drunk; intoxicated
  2. Intoxicated with alcohol; drunk:
Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol:
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  1. Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol:
Filled with moisture; soaked through
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  1. Filled with moisture; soaked through
  2. Soggy and heavy from improper cooking; doughy.
  3. Expressionless, stupid, or dull, especially from drink.
Slightly intoxicated.
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  1. Slightly intoxicated.
  2. That tips easily; not steady; shaky
  3. (Informal) Somewhat drunk; intoxicated enough to be somewhat unsteady, fuddled, etc.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Silly; ridiculous; foolish
  3. (Slang) Tilted to one side; crooked; awry
Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
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  1. Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
  2. Having been cooked by slowly boiling or simmering. See stew.
  3. (Of tea) Bitter from having been steeped too long.
(Botany) Failing to produce flowers or fruits:
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  1. (Botany) Failing to produce flowers or fruits:
  2. Secret or otherwise undisclosed:
  3. Hidden from sight:
Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.
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  1. Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.
  2. Having the nervous system so affected by alcoholic liquor, a narcotic drug, etc., as to have lost control
(Informal) Drunk, esp. habitually so
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  1. (Informal) Drunk, esp. habitually so
(Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
Far or farther from a reference point:
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  1. Far or farther from a reference point:
  2. Advanced in development or complexity:
  3. Characterized by lofty or stirring events or themes:
(Informal.) Drunk or drugged. Often used with up.
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  1. (Informal.) Drunk or drugged. Often used with up.
Filled, charged, weighted, etc. (as indicated by various senses of load)
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  1. Filled, charged, weighted, etc. (as indicated by various senses of load)
  2. Having great meaning, seriousness, or implication:
  3. (Informal) Well equipped with accessories or features
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Formed into or having a loop or loops.
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Preserved in or treated with pickle.
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Behaving as if mentally unbalanced; very eccentric.
  3. Eccentric, daft, whimsical, puckish, etc.
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
(Brit.) Condensed or summarized, often to the extent of being superficial, overly terse, etc.
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  1. (Brit.) Condensed or summarized, often to the extent of being superficial, overly terse, etc.
  2. Put into a pot
  3. Recorded or taped for repeated use:
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
(Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated
Having a foul smell; fetid.
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  1. Having a foul smell; fetid.
  2. (Slang) Very bad, unsatisfactory, etc.
  3. Offensive, disgusting, etc.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Of poor or inferior quality.
Under the influence of a narcotic, hallucinogen, etc.
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  1. Under the influence of a narcotic, hallucinogen, etc.
  2. Intoxicated by a drug, especially marijuana.
  3. Having the stones removed
Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
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  1. Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
  2. So close or compact in structure that water, air, etc. cannot pass through
  3. Obtainable with difficulty or only at a high price:
Completely tired out or exhausted
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  1. Completely tired out or exhausted
  2. Highly intoxicated or under the influence of a drug
One who is habitually drunk.
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  1. One who is habitually drunk.
  2. A person who often gets drunk; inebriate
A drunken person, esp. a drunkard
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  1. A drunken person, esp. a drunkard
A drunkard.
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One who drinks alcoholic beverages habitually and excessively.
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  1. One who drinks alcoholic beverages habitually and excessively.
(Brit.) A pub; tavern
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  1. (Brit.) A pub; tavern
  2. A person who drinks alcoholic liquor to excess; drunk
A drunkard.
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  1. A drunkard.
  2. (Slang, former) Alcoholic liquor
  3. (Informal) A person who drinks liquor habitually and to excess; esp., an alcoholic
A drunkard.
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  1. A drunkard.
  2. A card game, played in many variations, in which the object is to match cards into sets of the same denomination or sequences of the same suit
The act or process of soaking:
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  1. The act or process of soaking:
  2. Liquid used for soaking or steeping
  3. Liquid in which something may be soaked.
The liquid used in pickling; brine.
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  1. The liquid used in pickling; brine.
  2. Food steeped in pickle, especially pork trimmings.
  3. A pickled food, esp. the feet, ears, and head of a pig
A man
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  1. A man
  2. A person who gives a small tip or no gratuity at all
  3. A person:
A spree or bout of unrestrained imbibing or eating
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  1. A spree or bout of unrestrained imbibing or eating
  2. Any completely unrestrained action
  3. A period of excessive or uncontrolled indulgence, especially in food or drink.
A noisy or confused quarrel.
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  1. A noisy or confused quarrel.
  2. (Slang) A noisy quarrel or fight; brawl
  3. A drinking spree; a binge.
A riotous drinking party.
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  1. A riotous drinking party.
  2. Joining with friends to drink alcohol.
  3. A noisy feast with much alcohol consumption.
Carousal.
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  1. Carousal.
  2. (Obs.) A glassful drunk all at once, esp. as a toast
  3. A noisy, merry drinking party
A carefree, lively outing.
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  1. A carefree, lively outing.
  2. A river, about 400 km (250 mi) long, of eastern Germany rising near the Czech border and flowing generally north to the Havel River at Berlin.
  3. A sudden indulgence in or outburst of an activity:
A turn at batting, as in baseball
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  1. A turn at batting, as in baseball
  2. Any of the small, nocturnal, flying mammals of the order Chiroptera, which navigate by means of echolocation. They look like a mouse with membranous wings extending from the forelimbs to the hind limbs or tail. Altogether, there are about 1,000 bat species in the world.
  3. A binge; a spree.
(Slang) A drinking bout; spree
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  1. (Slang) A drinking bout; spree
  2. (Slang) A spree, especially a drinking spree.
  3. One that bends:
Hard liquor.
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  1. Hard liquor.
  2. An alcoholic drink; liquor
  3. A drinking spree
(Slang) An intoxicated condition due to liquor or drugs
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  1. (Slang) An intoxicated condition due to liquor or drugs
  2. (Slang) A bout of drinking or drug use.
  3. (Archaic) A notch or pointed tear, as in cloth
A drop of the clear salty liquid that is secreted by the lachrymal gland of the eye to lubricate the surface between the eyeball and eyelid and to wash away irritants.
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  1. A drop of the clear salty liquid that is secreted by the lachrymal gland of the eye to lubricate the surface between the eyeball and eyelid and to wash away irritants.
  2. The result of tearing; a rip or rent:
  3. Wear and tear

Synonym Study

  • There are many euphemistic and slang terms in English expressing varying degrees of drunkenness: e.g., tipsy (slight), tight (moderate, but without great loss of muscular coordination), ?blind drunk (great), blotto (to the point of unconsciousness)
  • The Latinate-terms intoxicated and inebriated are somewhat more formal and are often used to connote less offensive degrees of drunkenness
  • Drunk en, usually used attributively, is equivalent to drunk but sometimes implies habitual, intemperate drinking of liquor a drunken bum
  • Drunk is the simple, direct word, usually used in the predicate, for one who is overcome by alcoholic liquor he is drunk
Find another word for drunk. In this page you can discover 124 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for drunk, like: tipsy, under the influence, beery, given to drink, schnockered, drunk-as-a-lord, sponge, intoxicated, inebriated, drunken and befuddled.