drunkenness

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Synonyms for drunkenness

the condition of being intoxicated with alcoholic liquor

Synonyms for drunkenness

a temporary state resulting from excessive consumption of alcohol

the act of drinking alcoholic beverages to excess

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The prisoner mortality rate for drug or alcohol intoxication increased 69 percent from 2012 to 2013.
60) Symptoms, such as long sleep followed by amnesia and sudden changes in behavior, describe typical alcohol intoxication in many people.
Alcohol intoxication, history of anal surgery and poor mastication are known predisposing factors.
Alcohol intoxication and injuries to the chest were predictors of early death, while pelvic fractures and blunt assault were associated with late deaths.
Objective: This study examines' demographics, clinical characteristics and drinking patterns of students presenting with alcohol intoxication at a university health service.
Screening for alcohol intoxication is required at level I and II trauma centers; patients with positive screens should be offered interventions, according to criteria adopted by the American College of Surgeons' Committee on Trauma.
It should be noted that illicit or other inappropriate use, including intentional ingestion, can result in signs and symptoms of alcohol intoxication.
The New York City medical examiner's office ruled that the death was an accident caused by acute cocaine and alcohol intoxication and aggravated by the passenger?
Home Office pathologist Dr Nigel Cooper said there was no evidence of natural disease, adding that it seemed likely that Mr Lowther collapsed because of alcohol intoxication.
To compare the effects of long work hours with those of alcohol intoxication, the researchers gave the participants three or four shots of vodka, mixed with tonic water and lime, shortly before some of the tests toward the end of an easy month.
Isolated bladder rupture after minor trauma a in patient with alcohol intoxication.
Malcolm Shanley, 33, of Charminster Drive, Styvechale, had cirrhosis of the liver and alcohol intoxication in his blood at the time of his death, on October 12, last year, it was stated at the inquest into his death.
in a 2004 Maserati and noticed signs of alcohol intoxication, according to a CHP spokesman.
Negotiators adjudged him at high risk for suicide not only because of his obvious and overt behaviors but because of the constellation of other factors that included age, race, depression, and alcohol intoxication.