These variations include crap 'the dregs in a barrel,' crapula 'a hangover,' crapulous
'hungover,' crapulence 'excessive drinking,' and crapulent 'hungover.
to drag his crapulous
girth onto the Senate floor for an unsuccessful filibuster.
MAGS Haney and some of her crapulous
clan are now locked up.
The exposure of the would-be discovered secret as a projected secret, a mere appearance, leaves a crapulous
residue in its wake.
The book is a wonderful reminder of the crapulous
tone of thirties leftist propaganda: `the Duchesses were delighted' -- and that was the end of Ramsay MacDonald, who would no doubt have been better advised to have sold himself to Beaverbrook.
It was on a morning following one of these crapulous
sessions that I first began to question my career choice.
The adolescent, who was (sexually) "employed," as it turned out, by the "most crapulous
pederasts," disregarded the warning, so the commissioner had him locked up the next time.
Strachey wrote, |he has a crapulous
egotism and smug impermeability qui font fremur, (sc.