Drunkard synonyms

drŭng'kərd

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A persistently drunken person; a drunkard.
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A drunkard.
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Someone who drinks alcoholic beverages on a regular basis, especially when to an extent that is likely to impair his or her well-being.
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A period of heavy drinking; a binge.
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(UK, railroad) An open wagon with a tipping trough, unloaded by being inverted (used for bulk cargo, especially minerals). A mine car, a lorry.
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(Colloquial) One who drinks habitually; a drunkard.
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One who abuses alcohol.
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(Slang) A drunkard
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(Literary) A person who topes; drunkard
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A habitual drinker, especially one who is frequently intoxicated.
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A tool for making an edge or surface round.
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A person who bibs; drinker; toper
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Stiff is defined as a dead body or a person who is very boring or lacking in humor or wit.
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(Physics) A hypothetical particle that is the superpartner of the W boson.
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A reveler.
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(US) Alternative spelling of reveller.
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One who frequents drinking establishments.
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Someone who participates in a pub crawl
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A fool
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Plural form of drug
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Liquid in which something may be soaked.
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(Informal) A person who drinks liquor habitually and to excess; esp., an alcoholic
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Alternative spelling of alkie.
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An adherent or fan (of something)
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Alternative capitalization of Bacchanalian.
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Person addicted to excessive indulgence in sensual pleasures
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A drunken person, esp. a drunkard
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A person who carouses; a reveller
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The definition of a sponge is a sea animal that has a skeleton and a porous surface, or an absorbent piece used for washing, or a pad of gauze used in medicine.
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Find another word for drunkard. In this page you can discover 46 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for drunkard, like: dipsomaniac, sot, drinker, souse, tippler, heavy drinker, boozer, alcoholic, drunken sot, rummy and dissolute.