Definition of drunk in English:

drunk

Line breaks: drunk
Pronunciation: /drʌŋk
 
/
past participle of drink

adjective

[predic.]

noun

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Phrases

drunk and disorderly

Creating a public disturbance under the influence of alcohol: arrested for being drunk and disorderly
More example sentences
  • Following scuffles, eight teenagers were arrested for being drunk and disorderly, four for public order offences and three for causing a breach of the peace.
  • A judge convicted of being drunk and disorderly in a kebab shop has had his Yorkshire law offices closed amid allegations of financial irregularities.
  • It was only an offence to be drunk and disorderly in a public place.

(as) drunk as a lord (or skunk)

Extremely drunk.
More example sentences
  • Freezing cold and drunk as a skunk, I am doing the sensible thing and ploughing forward through the snowy city streets toward home, as if I have a purpose.
  • He was drunk as a skunk, barely standing and being abusive.
  • Then later, drunk as a skunk, he asked for a cigarette again.

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