drunkenness

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Synonyms for drunkenness

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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When his son refused to bring him a glass of water, the father, in a state of alcoholic intoxication, hit the victim several times around the head with a bottle," prosecutors said.
Alcoholic intoxication had been a significant factor in his death, he said.
Alcohol accounts for about 1,000 deaths in Wales a year and 15% of hospital admissions in Wales are due to alcoholic intoxication.
They were told their symptoms were down to anything from vertigo, migraine and seizure to alcoholic intoxication or labyrinthitis - inflammation of the balancing organ in the inner ear - and were sent home without proper treatment.
The title of this piece was probably not meant to convey alcoholic intoxication, but rather its digital intentions; indeed, musical instruments have far advanced from the days of Robert Moog, Raymond Kurzweil, and Fripp and Eno, with knob-twiddling, trackpad-swiping, and iPad scores the new old hat.