Word "DRUNK" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a chronic drinker
Synonyms:
drunkard, inebriate, rummy, sot, wino

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
Synonyms:
gone, inebriated, intoxicated, ripped

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
as if under the influence of alcohol
Synonyms:
intoxicated
Examples:
drunk with excitement

Crossword Clues for DRUNK

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Like the kereru pigeons of New Zealand, which fall out of trees after eating fermented fruit New York Times Mini 29 Mar 2024
Intoxicated New York Times 18 Mar 2024
PlusWord No 584
Intemperate clinician met international body last week
Intoxicated The Telegraph Quick 16 Oct 2023
"__ on You": Luke Bryan hit LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2023
Inebriated The Telegraph Quick 08 Jun 2023
Counterpart of eaten USA Today 06 May 2023
Tight knot around end of thread above The Telegraph Toughie 22 Dec 2022
Toasted New York Times 16 Dec 2022
Dip about right for dipso The Guardian Cryptic 17 Feb 2022
Dip about right for dipso
Sot; sloshed The Telegraph Quick 03 Dec 2021
Word after "punch" or "sloppy" Universal 26 Aug 2021
Imbibed, nonstandardly Newsday 08 Aug 2021
Inebriated The Telegraph Quick 25 Dec 2019
Under the table New York Times 12 Dec 2019
Under the table
'___ History' (show with wasted narrators) The Washington Post Sunday 11 Aug 2019
Tight Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2019
Tight
Loaded Wall Street Journal 02 Aug 2018
Loaded
Rummy Wall Street Journal 20 Jul 2017
Dip, when entering river, well oiled
Soused Eugene Sheffer 26 Jan 2017
Feeling no pain, so to speak New York Times 06 Jul 2016
Three sheets to the wind The Washington Post 16 May 2016
Plastered New York Times 24 Apr 2016
Pie-eyed The Chronicle of Higher Education 15 Apr 2016
Feeling no pain, so to speak
Pie-eyed
Soak or submerge to negotiate river The Times Cryptic 05 Aug 2015
Three sheets to the wind
Wasted
Three sheets to the wind
Plastered
Plastered
Having had too much to drink
One who gets a lot of booze
Skunklike?
Skunklike?
Loaded
Loaded
Under the table
Stewed
Three sheets in the wind
Three sheets to the wind
Plastered
Pie-eyed
One who has trouble passing the bar?
Bombed
Intoxicated
Squiffed
In one's cups.
"The stag at his eve had ___ his fill."
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