Words nearby drunken
Origin of drunken
SYNONYMS FOR drunken
OTHER WORDS FROM drunkendrunk·en·ly, adverbdrunk·en·ness, nounhalf-drunk·en, adjectiveun·drunk·en, adjective
usage note for drunken
Examples from the Web for drunkenness
On the other hand there is this to be said for it, that it is seldom found, like drunkenness, to develop into a habit.
But occasional acts of drunkenness, if the seaman in other respects performs his duty, will not deprive him of his wages.The Seaman's Friend|Richard Henry Dana
Drunkenness is not heresy, Clement, that a whole sermon should be preached against it.The Cloister and the Hearth|Charles Reade
Drunkenness, riot and brawling were the order, there, every night and nearly all night long.The Prince and The Pauper, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Our primitive ancestors deliberated on every thing twice—in drunkenness, and in sobriety; and then they acted.