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The drunk dictionary

Professor

The drunk dictionary

by Professor

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Published by Siolé Pub. in Berkeley, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcoholism -- Humor -- Dictionaries.,
  • Alcoholics -- Humor -- Dictionaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby "the Professor".
    GenreHumor, Dictionaries.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6231.A448 P76 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination129 p. :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3969584M
    ISBN 100967296501
    LC Control Number2001276137
    OCLC/WorldCa50028994

    British to American Dictionary and Translator. Look up and translate British words. ‘He says from now on they will not have to pay fines on their overdue library books, they cannot be arrested for being drunk and disorderly and they get free parking.’ ‘However, officers at the scene said that, although a number of the fans were arrested for being drunk .

    And it was in this role that in , he published an article citing over different 18 th century terms for being drunk. A fan of literary since his apprenticeship as a printer at the age of 12, Franklin’s skill for writing was discovered from a young age despite writing in the pseudonym, Silence Dogood. synonyms of drunk from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 58 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for drunk. Drunk: being under the influence of alcohol.

    Dictionary of American Slang (p. ) notes that "slang synonyms for drunk continue to appear with amazing frequency," and lists among the more recent ones, bagged, blitzed, bombed, crashed, have a kick in the guts, plowed, shit-faced, tore down, tore up, twisted and wiped-out. The forceful and violent words imply that something is smashed.   Out this week, just in time for Octoberfest, is "Drunk: the Definitive Drinkers Dictionary. " A sleek, gray hardcover of manageable size, the book contains no less than 2, synonyms for drunk. "The English language includes more synonyms for the word 'drunk' than for any other word," writes author Paul Dickson.


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The drunk dictionary by Professor Download PDF EPUB FB2

He made the Guinness Book of World Records with 2, terms meaning "drunk"–beating out no less than Benjamin Franklin, who published his own list (The Drinker's Dictionary) in But records are made to be broken/5(6). The Drunk Dictionary is a compilation of words and their definitions that apply to a person who is drinking or drunk.

Formated like a collegiate dictionary The Drunk Dictionary: The Professor: : Books. He made the Guinness Book of World Records with 2, terms meaning "drunk"–beating out no less than Benjamin Franklin, who published his own list (The Drinker's Dictionary) in But records are made to be broken/5.

He made the Guinness Book of World Records with 2, terms meaning "drunk"–beating out no less than Benjamin Franklin, who published his own list (The Drinker's Dictionary) in But records are made to be broken. Here it is—from the Guinness World Records holder for the most English synonyms ever recorded, for the word “drunk.”Wise-guy lexicographer Paul Dickson, a consulting editor at Merriam-Webster, has long held the record for collecting the "Most Synonyms" for any term in the English language.

He made the Guinness Book of World Records with 2, terms meaning "drunk"–beating out no less Reviews: 1. Scroll to the bottom of the page to leave your word or phrase in the reply box, along with an explanation of where they came from and how they are used, and you’ll be included in our second edition of Drunk: the Definitive Drinker’s Dictionary.

Please see submission rules in the right sidebar for more details. To "add drunkenness to thirst" (DeuteronomyA.V.) is a proverbial expression, rendered in the Revised Version "to destroy the moist with the dry", i.e., the well-watered equally with the dry land, meaning that the effect of such walking in the imagination.

Definition of drunk (Entry 2 of 3) 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. drunk definition: 1. past participle of drink 2. unable to speak or act in the usual way because of having had too.

Learn more. Drunk definition, being in a temporary state in which one's physical and mental faculties are impaired by an excess of alcoholic drink; intoxicated: The wine made him drunk. See more. Drunk is his latest record-breaking publication, taking everything from Chaucer’s English to Text-message-ese and putting it in one place.

It took years, and the help of linguists, lexicographers, doctors, bartenders and researchers. Define drunk. drunk synonyms, drunk pronunciation, drunk translation, English dictionary definition of drunk.

Past participle of drink. adj. Intoxicated with alcoholic liquor to the point of impairment of physical and mental faculties. Caused or. Author Paul Dickson presents 2, intoxicating euphemisms — including "eating dirt" and going "off me pickle" — in his new book, Drunk: The Definitive Drinker's Dictionary.

From 'Blotto' To. Drunk. Also, blitzed, roasted, whazood, stinko, and Boris Yeltsinned. Paul Dickson — wise-guy lexicographer and Guinness Book of World Records champ for “Most Synonyms” — breaks his own world record with 2, synonyms for various states of intoxication.

If you're celebrating at home, perhaps one of these phrases from The Drinkers Dictionary will come in handy. The lengthy list of expressions meaning. drunk: 1 n someone who is intoxicated Types: drunk-and-disorderly someone arrested on the charge of being drunk and disorderly Type of: drinker, imbiber, juicer, toper a person who drinks alcoholic beverages (especially to excess) n a chronic drinker Synonyms: drunkard, inebriate, rummy, sot, wino Types: alcoholic, alky, boozer.

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Definition of drunk in the Idioms Dictionary. drunk phrase. What does drunk expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Drunk - Idioms by The Free Dictionary accidents in which Americans are killed each year were it not for the fact that Kishline is the author of the book Moderate Drinking and founder of Moderation.

drunken definition: 1. A drunken person is (often) under the influence of alcohol: 2. used to describe a situation in. Learn more. Drunken is used to describe events and situations that involve people who are drunk. The pain roused him from his drunken stupor. 2.

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