Reverse Dictionary: DRUNK – NOUNS

– a being drunk BRANNIGAN 1892 Amer. sl.
– a drunken bout; a spree FUDDLE 19C sl.
– a drunken carousal; a frolic; a merrymaking RANDY 1825 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a drunken carousal or riot; unsteady, riotous conduct RAN-DAN 1825 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a drunken frolic HELL-A-POPPING B1900 Amer. sl.
– a feeling derived from mixing alcohol and drugs LEAD HEAD Bk1971 US students’ sl.
– a fit of drunkenness, or of ill humour or temper brought on by drinking BARLEY-HOOD a1529
– a fit of drunkenness, or of ill humour or temper brought on by drinking BARLEY-MOOD 1790
– a mild degree of drunkenness SPITZ POODLE L19 US sl.
– an advanced state of drunkenness BINGER Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– an amount of alcohol sufficient to produce drunkenness; a state of intoxication JAG 1892 Amer. dial.
– an apparition supposedly seen by a drunken person PINK ELEPHANTS 1940 jocular usage
– an apparition supposedly seen by a drunken person PINK RAT(S) 1914 jocular usage
– an extended period of drunkenness BAT 1977 Can. sl.
– a profoundly drunken state MOKUS 1965-71 Amer. sl.
– a prolonged bout of drunkenness; a spree BURST 1849 colloq.
– a sense of drunkenness; the positive effect of alcohol LUSH KICK 1950s US sl.
– a state of complete drunkenness OBLIVION 1984 US sl.
– a state of drunkenness GONZO (THE GREAT) 1998 UK rhyming sl. for ‘a state’
– a state of drunkenness MAGGOT 1920s Irish sl.
– a state of drunkenness OBFUSCATION 1861 Amer. sl.
– a state of drunkenness ONE 1940s sl.
– a state of drunkenness REELING Bk1904 Sc.
– a state of drunkenness SKATE 1900 Amer. dial.
– a state of drunkenness STATE 1837 UK sl.
– a state of slight drunkenness MUDDLE 1910s sl.
– drunken language ARTHUR GUINESS TALK 20C Irish sl.
– drunkenness ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT 20C teen & high school sl.
– drunkenness BACCHATION 1656 obs.
– drunkenness BARREL FEVER L18 sl.
– drunkenness DRUNKELEC c1450 obs. rare
– drunkenness DRUNKELEW c1430 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKELEWNESS a1387 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKEN c950 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKENHEAD a1300 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKENSHIP c1440 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKHEAD 1340 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKLEW c1430 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKNESS c1160 obs.
– drunkenness DRUNKSHIP 1393 obs.
– drunkenness ELEVATION 19C Brit. sl.
– drunkenness NASE NAB 17C UK criminals’ sl.
– drunkenness NAZIE NAB;  NAZY NAB 17C UK criminals’ sl.
– drunkenness OLD COMPLAINT L19 Aust. sl.
– drunkenness POT-FURY L16 sl.
– drunkenness SCANDERT Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– drunkenness SUN IN THE EYES 19C sl.
– drunkenness from ‘apple-jack’ APPLE PALSY 1894 Amer. dial.
– drunkenness, inebriation, intoxication by liquor TEMULENCY 1623 rare
– drunkenness; the early state of intoxication from alcohol or drugs EDGE Bk2006 US sl.
– drunkenness; the state or habit of being intoxicated EBRIETY 1614
– drunken revelry BACCHANAL 1536
– drunken revelry BACCHANALIA 1633
– drunken revelry BACCHANALIANISM 1855
– drunken revelry BACCHANALISM 1858
– drunken roistering, window-breaking, and the like TOM-AND-JERRYISM 1852
– habitual drunkenness EBRIOSITY 1646 rare
– habitual drunkenness INEBRIETY L18
– partial drunkenness; tipsiness; unsteadiness TITUBANCY 1800 rare
– thorough drunkenness; the act of drinking excessively; a drinking bout PERPOTATION 1623 obs. rare

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