Drunk in a sentence as a noun

The drunk guy in a room full of sober people?

However, going to clubs and getting drunk doesn't count.

Couple broke up, guy goes out, gets drunk, comes home, mostly but not entirely passed out on couch, refuses to leave.

That sounds like nothing, and actually it isn't but I do them no matter what - drunk, late, sad, happy.

Some forbid alcohol to their followers, and others get drunk and beat up giants.

I never get drunk, let alone on a weeknight when I have to get a first grader up for school in the morning.

Needless to say he's not leaving the house, he's not too happy about getting dumped and he's way too drunk to stand up anyway.

Drunk in a sentence as an adjective

I thought HN might be interested in this based on the post yesterday challenging people to avoid getting drunk/live in the moment.

I was bored and slightly drunk from brunch on a Saturday afternoon, and got it in my mind that Id catch up on the final four Harry Potter movies.

Those brave warriors sure had their "fun" with a semi-conscious unarmed drunk guy that day. Plenty of speeches later about defending the public and being tough on crime.

If you are willing to work your *** off, if you show up to work on time and aren't high or drunk, and you don't steal, it is very easy to get a job, today.

"Instead, watching folks get drunk, and holding conversations with folks who were high has only helped to strengthen my complete lack of desire to do these *****.

You could sleep, read, play games, or otherwise occupy your time. It would literally give the nation tens of billions of hours in added productivity time. It could make the elderly more independent, eliminate drunk-driving, and a lot more.

I don't dress up, play fantazy card games, go to cosplays, read comics, etc. I'm an engineering student, i get drunk in the weekends, I code in .NET and Python, I love coffee, wine, cars, motorcycles, etc.

Drunk definitions


a chronic drinker

See also: drunkard rummy inebriate wino


someone who is intoxicated


stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"

See also: intoxicated inebriated


as if under the influence of alcohol; "felt intoxicated by her success"; "drunk with excitement"

See also: intoxicated