drunkenness

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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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But at the time of arrest he had a probable value of around 313 milligrams - normally associated with extreme drunkeness.
Mr Blair sought to put the attacks on Downing Street spin and his son Euan's arrest for drunkeness behind him in a speech to party figures drawing up the next election manifesto.
Nicola Fleck, prosecuting, told the town's crown court: "On a scale of drunkeness of one to ten, he was a 12.
Others were arrested on suspicion of public order offences, criminal damage, drunkeness and being drunk inside a designated sports ground.
SHOUTING, drunkeness, snogging, theft, a court summons and the polis - quiet week in River City and an ongoing good exercise in public relations for Scotland.
And while the vast majority of clubbers heading to the island have no desire to see Ibiza fall into the disgraceful drunkeness which categorises most British holiday resorts, there is still the feeling that Ibiza is looking to exclude the very people who have made the island what it is today.
Corbett resented having to deal with his colleague's drunkeness and resented failing to realise his serious acting potential.
And Parky says: "The talk show is a catalogue of human behaviour including arrogance, stupidity, drunkeness, vulgarity, nudity and sex.
The club has already considered sacking their controversial star and the latest reports of drunkeness may exhaust their patience.
With condoms so widely available, drunkeness, on either part, is a lame excuse when a woman falls pregnant after a onenight stand.
In the course of drunkeness by him, the man texted you and lots of other people with sexual innuendo.
PRAY KEEP a watch on yourselves; do not let your minds be dulled by dissipation and drunkeness and wordly cares so that the great Day closes upon you like a trap.
He claims the club took advantage of his drunkeness.
Prof Barry told RTE radio the Government must increase the price of drink, tackle alcohol advertising and confront public acceptance of drunkeness.