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hard-drinking

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given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol

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As for the other three men, Mack is asleep on the floor, and Mal and Don (in two utterly knowing performances of windy self-delusion by Ray Barrett and John Hargreaves) are slumped boozily on beanbags, recalling 'great days' in a manner which led Adams to say that 'Williamson was always conscious of repressed homosexuality in all male friendships'.
But perhaps the funniest story comes when Hall is asked what her children think of mom boozily vamping it up on stage with a younger guy.
Upmanns, with a touch of bourbon or two to lift all spirits, boozily announced that Harding's the one.
After boozily rehearsing the history of her relation with Donald Willson, Dinah Brand challenges the Op to figure out "which part of the story I told you is true" (37).
We're seeing this in the case of Leonard Little, who boozily left a boozy party at the Adam's Mark Hotel one night in November.
It also helps that the process isn't made too easy or the understanding complete: When Earl wanders into a bar and boozily intrudes on a black family celebration, he ends up lecturing them on the evils of racial quotas.
And then she goes and gets a reprimand on air from the show's producers after boozily trying to pull down the pyjama bottoms of one of the Playboy Bunny twins.