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One who drinks alcoholic liquors, especially habitually or excessively:
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  1. One who drinks alcoholic liquors, especially habitually or excessively:
  2. A person who drinks alcoholic liquor habitually or excessively
One who abuses alcohol.
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  1. One who abuses alcohol.
  2. A person who drinks alcoholic substances habitually and to excess or who suffers from alcoholism.
A drunkard.
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A drunken person, esp. a drunkard
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  1. A drunken person, esp. a drunkard
(Literary) A person who topes; drunkard
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  1. (Literary) A person who topes; drunkard
  2. (Now literary) Someone who drinks a lot; a drunkard.
The liquid used in pickling; brine.
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  1. The liquid used in pickling; brine.
  2. A pickled food, esp. the feet, ears, and head of a pig
  3. Food steeped in pickle, especially pork trimmings.
(US) Alternative spelling of reveller.
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  1. (US) Alternative spelling of reveller.
A drunkard.
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  1. A drunkard.
  2. A person who regularly drinks alcoholic liquor to excess; drunkard
  3. A bout of drinking.
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 light, fibrous, flexible, absorbent skeleton of certain of these organisms, used for bathing, cleaning, and other purposes.
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  1. The light, fibrous, flexible, absorbent skeleton of certain of these organisms, used for bathing, cleaning, and other purposes.
  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.
(Brit.) A pub; tavern
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  1. (Brit.) A pub; tavern
  2. A person who drinks alcoholic liquor to excess; drunk
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  1. A surname​.
  2. (Informal) A person who drinks liquor habitually and to excess; esp., an alcoholic
  3. (Slang, former) Alcoholic liquor
(Physics) A hypothetical particle that is the superpartner of the W boson.
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  1. (Physics) A hypothetical particle that is the superpartner of the W boson.
  2. (Slang) A person who habitually becomes drunk on wine; esp., an alcoholic derelict who drinks only cheap wine
  3. (Pejorative) A wine-drinking alcoholic.
One who frequents drinking establishments.
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  1. One who frequents drinking establishments.
  2. (Slang) a person who spends much time in a bar or similar drinking establishment
(Slang) A drunkard
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  1. (Slang) 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
Someone who participates in a pub crawl
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  1. Someone who participates in a pub crawl
A person who makes the rounds of bars, saloons, and similar establishments; figuratively, a debaucher or roué
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  1. A person who makes the rounds of bars, saloons, and similar establishments; figuratively, a debaucher or roué
  2. (Sports) A boxing match that goes on for a specified number of rounds. Often used in combination:
  3. A tool for making an edge or surface round.
Alternative spelling of alkie.
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  1. Alternative spelling of alkie.
  2. An alcoholic.
A drunkard.
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  1. A drunkard.
  2. A person who regularly drinks alcoholic liquor to excess; drunkard
  3. A bout of drinking.
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
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  1. A surname​.
  2. (Slang, former) Alcoholic liquor
  3. (Informal) A person who drinks liquor habitually and to excess; esp., an alcoholic
(Slang) A drunkard
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  1. (Slang) 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
Liquid used for soaking or steeping
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  1. Liquid used for soaking or steeping
  2. The act or process of soaking:
  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 piece of spongy plastic, cellulose, rubber, etc., used like natural sponge
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  1. A piece of spongy plastic, cellulose, rubber, etc., used like natural sponge
  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.
A person who gives a small tip or no gratuity at all
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  1. A person who gives a small tip or no gratuity at all
  2. A person:
  3. A drunk.
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