But the moment of silence never happened; a drunkard started arguing with people and caused a small scuffle.
“drunkard” was one of his favorite insults for Bush, who was public about his struggles with drinking in his younger days.
What'll happen to him, if his mother be known as a drunkard?'
"You're to your books as the drunkard to his whisky," said the youth, with pity.
The cure of a drunkard is always attended with peculiar difficulties.
He is but a drunkard in his cups, thou a palterer in sobriety.'
At least, first take out of it the drunkard and the dissolute of your own Church.
He's a drunkard and a blackguard, the like of which Heaven should not permit!
How the fetid goat and the swine wallowing in the mire speak to the lecherous man and the drunkard!
If you are determined to be poor, be a drunkard; and you will soon be ragged and pennyless.