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Definition of "drunkenness" []

  • Intoxicated with or as if with alcohol (adjective)
  • Frequently or habitually drunk (adjective)
  • Caused by or relating to alcoholic intoxication (adjective)
  • A state of being drunk (noun)

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Use "drunkenness" in a sentence
  • "Children are begotten in drunkenness, saturated in drink before they draw their first breath, born to the smell and taste of it, and brought up in the midst of it."
  • "There was no drunkenness, as drunkenness is ordinarily understood -- no staggering and rolling around, no befuddlement of the senses."
  • "The dismal and destructive ecstasy of drugs, of hammering rhythms, noise, and drunkenness is confronted with a bright ecstasy of light, of joyful encounter in"