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drunken

[ druhng-kuhn ]
/ ˈdrʌŋ kən /
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adjective
intoxicated; drunk.
given to drunkenness.
pertaining to, caused by, or marked by intoxication: a drunken quarrel.
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Origin of drunken

Variant of drunk adj. and past participle

usage note for drunken

See drunk.

OTHER WORDS FROM drunken

drunk·en·ly, adverbdrunk·en·ness, nounhalf-drunken, adjectiveun·drunk·en, adjective
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How to use drunken in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for drunken

drunken
/ (ˈdrʌŋkən) /

adjective
intoxicated with or as if with alcohol
frequently or habitually drunk
(prenominal) caused by or relating to alcoholic intoxicationa drunken brawl

Derived forms of drunken

drunkenly, adverbdrunkenness, noun
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