Reverse Dictionary: DRUNK – PHRASES


DRUNK etc. – PHRASES
– became intoxicated with alcohol FROZE HIS MOUTH E18 US sl.
– he’s drunk HE CARRIES TOO MUCH SAIL 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk HE MAKES INDENTURES WITH HIS LEGS 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk HE OWES NO MAN A FARTHING 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk HE SPOKE WITH HIS FRIEND 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk HE’S RIGHT BEFORE THE WIND WITH ALL HIS STUDDING SAILS OUT 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk HIS FLAG IS OUT 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk HIS SHOES PINCHES HIM 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk IT IS STARLIGHT WITH HIM 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk SIR RICHARD HAS TAKEN OFF HIS CONSIDERING CAP 1737 sl.
– he’s drunk THE KING IS HIS COUSIN 1737 sl.
– I’m going to get drunk I’M GOIN’ TO GET STINKIN’ FROM DRINKIN’ Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– one is intoxicated with alcohol ONE’S FLAG IS OUT 19C Brit. sl.
– said of a person under the influence of drink THE MALT IS ABOVE THE BEIR 1670 obs.
– said of a person under the influence of drink THE MALT IS ABOVE THE MEAL 1721
– said of a person under the influence of drink THE MALT IS ABOVE THE WATER 1678 obs.
– said of a person under the influence of drink THE MALT IS ABOVE WHEAT 1546 obs.
– said of a person who is drinking too much, or who is drunk ALDERMAN LUSHINGTON IS CONCERNED 1823 sl. obs.
– said of one who is drunk and talking nonsensically or aggressively APPLETON TALKING  20C W. Indies sl.
– said of one who is drunk and talking nonsensically or aggressively FERNANDEZ TALKING 20C W. Indies sl.
 said to a drunkard COME ON, STEW, GET BACK IN THE POT! Bk1942 US
– to be drinking too much, or to be drunk DEALING WITH LUSHINGTON 19C sl.
– to be drinking too much, or to be drunk LUSHINGTON IS HIS MASTER 19C sl.
– to be drinking too much, or to be drunk VOTING FOR THE ALDERMAN 19C sl.


Back to DRUNK

Back to REVERSE INDEX D

Back to REVERSE DICTIONARY