Reverse Dictionary: DRINK – NOUNS, PERSON

– a beer drinker BEER BARREL 1600 sl.
– a beer drinker BEER-BIBBER 1841
– a beer drinker BEERHEAD 1869 US sl.
– a beer drinker BEER-JUGGLER 1921 US sl.
– a beer drinker WALLOPER 1910 Aust. sl.
– a beer drinker YEASTER Bk1988
– a brisk old fellow fond of his liquor; one who drinks to excess OLD TOAST 1698 sl.
– a consumer of crude alcohol HEATHEAD 1967 US sl.
– a customer in a pub HACK 1960s NZ sl.
– a deep drinker; a drunkard ROB-POT 1599 obs.
– a dilapidated dram-drinker GIN-AND-TATTERS 1887 colloq.
– a drinker BEER-TANK L19 sl.
– a drinker BELTER 1977 US sl.
– a drinker BENDER 1727 Sc.
– a drinker GARGLER 1967 sl.
– a drinker GOOF 1940s US sl.
– a drinker WALLOPER 1910 Aust. sl.
– a drinker; a beer sot; a drunkard BEER-SWAB Bk1873 Eng. dial.
– a drinker; a confirmed tippler; a drunkard BARREL Bk1891 sl.
– a drinker, a ‘knight of the pot’; a tippler POT-KNIGHT 1587
– a drinker, a person who ‘sucks’ or drinks out of a pot; a toper; a drunkard; one who drinks to excess POT-LEECH 1630 obs.
– a drinker, a sot O-BE-JOYFULLER Bk1903 sl. 
– a drinker; a sot ZOKE Bk1886 Eng. dial.
– a drinker, a sot, a drunkard BELCH-GUTS Bk1891 sl.
– a drinker; a tippler AFTERNOON MAN E17 sl.
– a drinker; a tippler ALE-KNIGHT L16 Brit. sl.
– a drinker; a tippler BANG-PITCHER 1639 obs.
– a drinker; a tippler BARLEY-CAP 1598 obs.
– a drinker, a tippler BEER-VAT Bk1891
– a drinker, a tippler BIBBILER;  BIBBLER;  BIBLER a1556
– a drinker, a tippler BIBERON 1637 obs. rare
– a drinker; a tippler BINGO-BOY 1859 US gang sl.
– a drinker; a tippler BLABBER Bk1898 Sc.
– a drinker; a tippler BLEBBER Bk1911 Sc.
– a drinker, a tippler GILL-SIPPER 1822 Sc. obs.
– a drinker; a tippler JERKER Bk1896 sl.
– a drinker, a tippler MALT-HORSE 1593 sl.
– a drinker; a tippler SON OF BACCHUS 1747
– a drinker; a tippler TAVERN-MAN Bk1903 rare
– a drinker; a tippler WHIP-CAN 1611 obs.
– a drinker; a tippler; a drunken reveller BACCHANALIAN 1617
– a drinker; a toper BLACK-POT c1590 UK obs.
– a drinker; a toper CUP-MAN c1830
– a drinker, a toper EPHESIAN 1597 obs.
– a drinker, a toper POTER 1657 rare
– a drinker; a toper SIPPER 1611
– a drinker of alcohol BOOZER 1606 sl.
– a drinker of alcohol HERO OF THE SPIGOT 1828
– a drinker of alcohol LUSH 1890 sl., chiefly US
– a drinker of alcohol LUSHIE;  LUSHY 1944 US sl.
– a drinker of alcohol PISS ARTIST 1940s
– a drinker of alcohol RUMMY 1851 sl., chiefly US
– a drinker of alcohol SHICKER;  SHIKER;  SHIKKER 1906 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a drinker of alcohol SOAK 1820
– a drinker of alcohol SOAKER 1593 sl.
– a drinker of alcohol SOUSE 1915 sl., orig. US
– a drinker of alcohol STIFF 1907 sl.
– a drinker of alcohol TANKER 1912 sl.
– a drinker of alcohol WHITE LINE 1908 US sl.
– a drinker of alcohol; a ‘larky’ rather tipsy sailor JACK ASHORE 1909 colloq.
– a drinker of cheap liquor SNAKE-JUICER L19 sl.
– a drinker, orig. a drunkard BEER JERK Bk1980 Amer. sl.
– a drinker; one who imbibes IMBIBER a1735
– a drinker with ‘a purple face’ BACHELOR OF LAW 1650 sl.
– a drinking companion BARF BUDDY 1977 US sl.
– a drinking companion POT ALLY Bk1968
– a drinking companion POT MATE Bk1968
– a drinking companion, a fellow drinker, a good fellow at drinking bouts POT COMPANION 1618
– a fellow-drinker; one who drinks with another COMPOTATOR 1731
– a female dram drinker BINGO-MOT(T) 1823 UK sl.
– a genial drinker OLD BEESWING L19 sl.
– a gin drinker DAFFIER c1820 sl. 
– a gin drinker GIN SLINGER 1855
– a gin drinker GINHEAD 1869 sl., orig. US
– a gin drinker GIN-SOAK 1932 US sl.
– a gin drinker VERA (LYNN) 1946 rhyming sl. 
– a great consumer of beer, one who more than drinks it, who lives on it BEER-EATER 1887 sl.
– a great drinker BLASHER Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a great drinker BUBBER 1690 sl. obs.
– a great drinker MULTIBIBE 1727 obs.
– a great drinker SWILL-BELLY a1700 obs.
– a greedy drinker QUAFFER 1520
– a habitual drinker BAT c1915 Amer. sl.
– a habitual drinker BIBBELER Bk1823 Eng. dial.
– a habitual drinker BIBBER 1536
– a habitual drinker ELBOW BENDER 1942 US sl.
– a habitual drinker LUSHHEAD 1938 UK sl.
– a habitual drinker POT-MAN 1589 obs. rare
– a habitual drinker SOT-POT 1965 Amer. dial.
– a habitual drinker SOUSE-POT 1965 Amer. dial.
– a habitual drinker TAVERN BELLY 1966 Amer. dial.
– a habitual drinker of alcohol; a man given to drinking alcohol after the midday meal AFTERNOON MAN 1628
– a habitual drinker of alcohol; a man given to drinking alcohol after the midday meal AFTERNOON’S MAN 1615
– a habitual drinker of derail (denatured or adulterated alcohol drunk in place of liquor; broadly, cheap or bootlegged liquor) DERAIL 1934 US tramps’ sl.
– a habitual drinker; one given to carousing BAT c1915 US sl.
– a habitual drinker; one who sits long or is fast bound to his cups; a drunkard SIT-FAST 1828 Eng. dial.
– a habitual excessive drinker of cheap wine or other alcohol, esp. one who is destitute WINO 1915 sl., orig. US
– a habitual gin-drinker GIN PIG 1867 US sl.
– a hard drinker BEND 1728 Sc. obs.
– a hard drinker HANGMAN Bk1995 NZ sl.
– a hard drinker THIRSTINGTON B1900 sl.
– a hard drinker; a sot BEZZLE 1592 obs. rare
– a hard drinker; a sot POTSTER Bk1903 sl.
– a hard drinker, a tippler FUDDLECAP 1666 obs.
– a hard drinker; a tippler GLASS-BREAKER 1815 Sc.
– a hard drinker; one inclined to fight when drunk DEHORN 1926 Amer. dial.
– a hard drinker; one inclined to fight when drunk DEHORNER 1958 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker ALECAN L19 sl.
– a heavy drinker ALETANK 2002 UK sl.
– a heavy drinker BEERHOUND 1907 US sl.
– a heavy drinker BELTER 1977 US sl.
– a heavy drinker BIB-ALL-NIGHT 1612 colloq.
– a heavy drinker BOOZE-FIGHTER Bk1913 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker BOOZEHEAD 1986 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker FUNNEL 1927 US sl.
– a heavy drinker GUPPY 1991 US sl.
– a heavy drinker GUZZLE-GUTS 1788 sl.
– a heavy drinker HEAVYWEIGHT 1972 US college sl.
– a heavy drinker HEISTER 1889 US sl.
– a heavy drinker HELLBENDER Bk1995 Amer. sl. 
– a heavy drinker HOOCHHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker JARHEAD 1930s sl.
– a heavy drinker JICKHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker JUICEHEAD 1955 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker LAPPER M19 Brit. colloq.
– a heavy drinker LOADIE 1979 US college sl.
– a heavy drinker LUSH WALLOWER L19 Aust. sl.
– a heavy drinker LUSHER 1895 US sl.
– a heavy drinker LUSHWELL 1960 Amer. sl.
– a heavy drinker MOP Bk1873 US sl.
– a heavy drinker MULTIBIBE 1727 obs.
– a heavy drinker OIL 1910s sl.
– a heavy drinker OILER 1916 Amer. sl.
– a heavy drinker PISSHEAD 1946 NZ & UK sl.
– a heavy drinker POLYPOSIST 1821 nonce word
– a heavy drinker POT-WALLOPER 1887 sl.
– a heavy drinker RUMHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker RUM-HOUND 1918 sl.
– a heavy drinker RUM-POT 1930 Amer. sl.
– a heavy drinker SIFFER Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker SLOPHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker SOPHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker SOTHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker SOT-POT 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker SOUSE-POT 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker TAVERN BELLY 1966 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker TONICHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker TOPER 1673 now chiefly literary
– a heavy drinker VINTNER E18 sl.
– a heavy drinker WALKING WHISKEY VAT Bk1945 US Western sl.
– a heavy drinker WATERMAN 1950s W. Indies sl.
– a heavy drinker WHISKYHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker WINEHEAD 1965 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker; a drunkard LIQUOR-HEAD 1944 Amer. dial.
– a heavy drinker; a drunkard who would lick the stopper in a cask to get at the alcohol LICK-WIMBLE 19C Brit. colloq.
– a heavy drinker; a sot HIGH-GOER Bk1905 sl.
– a heavy drinker; a sot TICKLE-PITCHER a1700 sl.
– a heavy drinker; a sot; a bezzler BEAZLER a1593 obs.
– a heavy drinker, a toper KILL-POT 1616
– a heavy drinker, but not an alcoholic HEAVY HITTER 1983 US sl.
– a heavy drinker of alcohol GUZZLER a1704
– a heavy drinker of beer BEER-CHEWER 1889 Aust. sl.
– a heavy drinker of beer BEER-GUZZLER 1845 sl.
– a heavy drinker of beer BEER JERKER 1866 US sl.
– a heavy drinker of beer BEER-PUNISHER 1876 US sl.
– a heavy drinker of beer BEER-SPARRER 1899 Aust. sl.
– a heavy drinker of beer BEERSUCKER 1889 Aust. sl.
– a heavy drinker of beer SPARRER 1902 Aust. sl.
– a heavy drinker, traditionally with a red nose ADMIRAL OF THE RED c1596 Eng. sl. 
– a heavy drinker who associates with drunks LUSH DIP 1900s US sl.
– a heavy drinker who associates with drunks LUSH DIVER 1900s US sl.
– a heavy drinker who associates with drunks LUSH GRAFTER 1900s US sl.
– a heavy drinker who associates with drunks LUSH WORKER 1900s US sl.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars BARFLY 1896 sl., orig. & chiefly US
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars BAR-HOG 1932 US sl.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars BARHOUND 1916 sl.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars BAR-POLISHER 1894 sl., orig, Aust.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars BAR-PROP 1980 US sl.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars BARSTOOL JOCKEY 1980 US sl.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars, day in, day out BAR COOTIE 1920 US sl.
– a heavy drinker who frequents bars; a ‘barfly’ BAR-BUMMER 1908 Aust. sl.
– a lover of liquids, a ‘tosspot’ BLASH-KITE Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a lover of malt liquor; a toper; a beer drinker MALTWORM c1550
– a lover of malt liquor; a toper; a lover of beer MALT-BUG 1577 obs.
– a maker or retailer of spirituous drinks in India ABKAR Bk1898
– a man drinking alone JACK SMITHERS c1930 Aust. sl.
– a man fond of drink A GOOD MAN ROUND A BARREL Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a man who goes into a saloon and squats there like a toad on a rock BAR TOAD 1958 Amer. loggers’ usage
– a man who will not ‘shout’, i.e. pay for drinks DRY-HASH Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– a member of a drinking party who leaves the hotel without paying for his round FOX Bk1999 Aust. sl., derogatory
– an ale-drinker, a sot ALE-SWAB Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– an ale-drinker, a sot ALE-SWATTLER Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– an idler at a bar BAR-LOAFER 1889
– an immoderate drinker BELLIKIN Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– an immoderate drinker; a toper SIPER 1803 N. Eng. dial.
– an insatiable drinker; one who ‘absorbs’ much liquor SAND-BED 1824 Sc.
– an old woman fond of liquor, e.g. gin GINNUMS 1893 sl. obs.
– anyone who buys a drink ANGEL 1941 US Army & Navy sl.
– a person addicted to drinking; one who plies the pot PLY-POT 1611 obs. rare
– a person devoted to drinking and eating BELLY-SLAVE 1562 obs.
– a person drinking to such excess that he vomits BELCHER Bk1891
– a person fond of Coca-Cola DOPE HEAD World War II Amer. sl.
– a person fond of drinking BIBULANT 1883
– a person having an insane craving for wine or other intoxicating drink OENOMANIAC 1857
– a person not easily affected by alcohol HARD-HEAD 1787
– a person rollicking idly on a tavern bench; a tavern loafer BENCHER 1534
– a person skilled in refining solidified alcohol (such as Sterno) and drinking it without suffering from poisoning HEAT ARTIST Bk1975  
– a person very fond of his drink RUM RAT 1940s sl.
– a person who abuses alcohol ABUSER 1847
– a person who abuses alcohol BURNOUT 20C teen & high school sl.
– a person who cannot hold their liquor without becoming obstreperously drunk MIDDY SCREAMER 1960s Aust. sl. 
– a person who cuts into casks of wine or spirits and uses a straw to drink the contents TAPPER 1935 sl. 
– a person who drinks after the noon meal and well into the evening; a drunkard AFTER-DINNER MAN E17 Brit. sl.
– a person who drinks alone DICK SMITHER 1966 Amer. dial.
– a person who drinks alone JOHNNY WARDER 1910s Aust. sl.
– a person who drinks alone, and for the mere love of drinking DIRTY DRINKER Bk1900 Sc.
– a person who drinks alone; one who does not buy drinks for others, or who depends on others to buy them DICK SMITH 1876 Amer. dial.
– a person who drinks gluttonously GLOBBER;  GLUBBER c1400 obs. rare
– a person who drinks greedily TIPER 1805 Eng. dial.
– a person who drinks inferior liquor; a person habitually under the influence of such liquor GAS HOUND 1927 US sl.
– a person who drinks much BEZZLER a1593 obs.
– a person who drinks to excess HARD DRINKER 1679
– a person who drinks to excess; a brisk old fellow fond of his glass TOAST c1670 sl. obs.
– a person who drinks to excess; one who indulges in noisy or drunken merrymaking or feasting GILRAVAGER 1817 Sc.
– a person who drinks too much GUT-BUCKET 1991 colloq., derogatory
– a person who drinks valiantly WINE-KNIGHT 1601 obs.
– a person who drinks whisky quickly and to excess BILLIARD DRINKER Bk1975 Amer. sl.
– a person who frequents a tavern; a tippler TAVERNER 1340 obs.
– a person who frequents low drinking saloons BARREL-BOARDER 1890 US sl.
– a person who frequents saloons in the hope of cadging free beer BEER-BUZZER 1878 US sl.
– a person who goes bar-hopping, esp. habitually BAR-HOPPER 1974 chiefly US
– a person who goes the rounds of saloons, etc. ROUNDER Bk1905 Amer. sl.
– a person who habitually drinks methylated spirits JACKMAN 1930s sl. 
– a person who has a great capacity for beer or other drink TANK 1896 sl. 
– a person who has a protruding stomach or paunch caused by drinking large quantities of beer BEER-BELLY 1972 sl.
– a person who has become unconscious by drinking PASS-OUT 1949 Amer. sl. 
– a person who has drunk too much BELDER-KITE Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a person who idles into a saloon hoping to be offered a free drink WALLFLOWER 1918 US Army sl. obs.
– a person who is habitually under the influence of alcohol STONER sl.
– a person who is in favour of moderate drinking, as opposed to total abstinence MODERATIONIST 1792
– a person who orders a drink in a public house after ‘last orders’ BINDER 1953 sl.
– a person who performs menial tasks in a bar in return for drinks MOPSTICK 1915 US obs. rare
– a person who pours out drink; a butler; the master of the revels at a sale, or a bidding-wedding, whose duties it is to superintend the refreshments, and ‘birl’ out the wine or other drink BIRLER c1440 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– a person who scrounges drinks in a public house LIGHT-ALE BANDIT 1970s UK criminals’ sl.
– a person who serves liquor at a meal or feast CUP-WAITER 1611 obs.
– a person who sits idly whistling on a bench; a tavern loafer; one rollicking idly on a tavern bench BENCH-BABBLER 1549 rare
– a person who sits idly whistling on a tavern bench; a tavern loafer BENCH-WHISTLER 1542 depreciative usage, obs.
– a person who stands about a bar to drink at the expense of others DEAD-HEAD Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– a person who stops a communal glass circulating by talking before passing it on PARSON PALMER M18 sl.
– a person who takes care of a friend who has been drinking HARBORLIGHT World War II Amer. sl.
– a person who takes great pleasure in eating and drinking GABIATOR 1831 Sc.
– a person who tends to wheedle drinks from friends MOPPER 1950 Trinidad and Tobago sl.
– a person who took part in heavy public-bar drinking between 5 p.m. and 6.15 p.m. SIX O’CLOCK SWILLER 1965 NZ sl.
– a person who uses drinks to excess TOXIC WASTE DUMP 1980s US college sl.
– a person whom a publican has debarred from being served at his bar SCRATCHED-MAN 1901 Eng. dial.
– a person whose wit appears with drinking POT WIT Bk1968
– a prodigious drinker of beer KEG-ON-LEGS 1996 Aust. sl. 
– a regular beer drinker BEER-SLINGER Bk1891
– a regular in a given bar BAR RAG 1919 US sl.
– a relatively restrained drinker of alcohol TIPPLER 1580 
– a rowdy person who drinks a lot of alcohol SCOZZA Aust. sl.
– a solitary drinker JIMMY WOOD;  JIMMY WOODS 1892 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a solitary drinker JIMMY WOODSER 1898 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a steady drinker JUG-TOTER 1966 Amer. dial.
– a temperate drinker ONE-BREW Bk1942 US sl.
– a wine drinker VINIPOTE 1623 rare
– a woman who can hold her drink NON-SKID 1920s US sl.
– a young man who is always on hand for free liquor CELLAR SMELLER 1920s US sl.
– a young person who drinks to excess LUSH PUPPY 1983 UK sl.
– bar regulars, bottle babies GIN MILL COWBOYS Bk2000 hipster sl.
– old topers HARD-HEADS Bk1912 Amer. dial.
– ‘one that pisses more than he drinks’ VAIN-GLORIOUS MAN Bk1903 sl.
– ‘one who has to take his glass before he can set his wits to work’ AFTERNOON MAN Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– ranting, roaring, drinking fellows RAFFING FALLOWS 1825 Sc.
– those who habitually give way to excessive drinking ANGELS TOGETHER Bk1892 W. Indian sl.

– a boy or girl who is sent to the saloon to bring back beer either for their parents or for working men who cannot leave their jobs LUSH TROTTER  19C sl., orig. US

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