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someone who is intoxicated

stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)

as if under the influence of alcohol


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The difficulties are immense, but [the government] is trying to make a difference," Zeina Gebran, vice president of Kunhadi, an NGO working to combat drunken driving, said.
Cops inspect people for drunken driving on the eve of New Year in Delhi.
Prohibit plea bargaining of a drunken driving offense; 27 have done so.
Lohan was arrested twice last year on DUI charges and pleaded guilty in August to misdemeanour drunken driving and cocaine charges.
Sutherland was already on probation for a 2004 drunken driving arrest when he was stopped by police shortly after midnight as he left a Hollywood party.
Police will also be able to arrest a person for drunken driving without a warrant and at any location within three hours of a crash.
The company examined 5,000 fatal accidents involving teens and drunken driving from 2000 to 2002.
Country singer Glen Campbell has been charged with assault and drunken driving over an alleged hit-and-run collision, it was reported in the United States yesterday.
Her mother reportedly became argumentative and hostile during the incident, and was subsequently convicted of drunken driving and second- and third-degree assault.
Seventy-two percent of the respondents stated drunken driving was a priority.
He suffered serious injuries, including a ruptured aorta, and later pleaded guilty to drunken driving.
Founded in 1991, the Century Council is now supported by more than 700 concerned brewers, vintners, distillers and wholesalers to address drunken driving and underage drinking.
We know that there are more than 30,000 drunken driving cases per year and it's very rare to win a case.
ATLANTA (AP) -- An actor who plays a priest on the AMC drama "The Walking Dead" is facing drunken driving and drug charges after police say he was clocked going 107 mph (17o kph) on a Georgia highway.