[druhng-kerd] /ˈdrʌŋ kərd/
a person who is habitually or frequently .
a person who is frequently or habitually drunk
1520s, droncarde, but probably older (attested from late 13c. as a surname, Druncard), from Middle English dronken, participial adjective from drunk (q.v.), + -ard.
- Drunk as a skunk
adjective phrase Very drunk; schnockered: They bring beer and cigarettes, are drunk as skunks (1940s+)
/ˈdrʌŋkəˌθɒn/ noun 1. (informal) a session in which excessive quantities of alcohol are consumed
[druhngk-dahy-uh l, -dahyl] /ˈdrʌŋkˈdaɪ əl, -ˈdaɪl/ Slang. verb (used with or without object) 1. to phone (someone) while intoxicated: How can you avoid drunk dialing? Have you ever drunk-dialed an ex-girlfriend? noun 2. a phone call made by someone who is intoxicated.
noun 1. the operating of a motor vehicle while drunk. noun the act of driving a motor vehicle under the debilitating effects of alcohol; also the crime of doing this; also called [drunken driving]