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gin-soaked

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Definition of gin-soaked in English:

adjective

informal
Habitually drunk on gin: two gin-soaked elderly women
More example sentences
  • Today's super-wealthy no longer go off on four-month grand tours of Europe, play gin-soaked Gatsbyesque croquet tournaments or spend hours doing needlepoint.
  • Maybe he would be gin-soaked and get too touchy-feely with the cashier at the grocery store.
  • Inexpertly guarded by the gin-soaked Grace Poole, Antoinette dreams of making a big, warm fire.

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