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Synonyms for alcoholic

Synonyms for alcoholic

containing alcohol

Synonyms for alcoholic

a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually

characteristic of or containing alcohol


addicted to alcohol

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We know there are many other alcoholics in the workplace--will you let us start a program?
Do all alcoholics get alcoholic hepatitis and eventually cirrhosis?
Alcoholics lose control of choosing how much to drink after they start, and as the disease progresses, they are no longer able to choose wether or not to begin drinking in the first place.
Worse, nearly half of children of alcoholics go on to become alcoholics themselves, so the problem is cascading down the generations.
There was a contribution of 5% of female alcoholics and 4% of transgender alcoholics in the study group.
Subjects whose alcohol consumption was [greater than or equal to] 40 gr/day for longer than 10 years were considered alcoholics.
Rather, it is a very important and necessary admission by alcoholics that they cannot control the addiction; once they take a drink, they cannot control how much they drink or the outcome.
Pagano, associate professor of psychiatry at the School of Medicine, sheds light on the role of helping in addiction recovery, using the program of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) as a prime example.
Using longitudinal data from a community-based sample, the investigators conducted survival analyses and determined that children of alcoholics progressed more quickly from initial adolescent alcohol use to the onset of disorder than matched controls, even after controlling for externalizing symptoms and heavier drinking patterns at initiation.
Co-workers of alcoholics tend to experience poor performance, job withdrawal and stress (Bennett and Lehman, 1998).
Girls who start consuming alcohol before the age of 21 are more likely to become alcoholics as adults than those who wait until the age of 21 to start drinking.
6m adult children of alcoholics in the UK who still bear emotional and behavioural scars after being raised by alcoholic parents.
Decades before Alcoholics Anonymous, he had created his own program of recovery that relied on surrendering to a Higher Power.
The Texan actor, who is back in our cinemas this week in the hit comedy Meet The Fockers, freely admits he has attended Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in a research capacity, but denies he is an alcoholic.
Children of alcoholics (COAs) need the support of professional school counselors (PSCs).