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1. drunk

I'm drunk.
Drunk in moderation, alcohol is not harmful.
It was bad enough that he usually came to work late, but coming in drunk was the last straw, and I'm going to have to let him go.
When he became drunk, he was quite an interesting priest, and he talked about various things.
There was a report from the neighbours because a drunkard was making noise in the park. When the police officers arrived at the scene, Kusanagi was alone, dead drunk and completely naked.
Isn't it better to get drunk and cut loose once in a while and blow off the tension of daily frustration?
There are many people like this in the world. Normally, they're not brave. After getting drunk, they turn brave.
You've already drunk mummy's milk. Don't cry, please go sleepy-sleep.
The newly promoted junior manager, drunk with power, lorded it over his former co-workers.
I kept saying "Let's stop" but she drained cup after cup of wine -- and now, as you can see, she's completely drunk.
On account of having drunk some strong coffee, she wasn't able to sleep all night long.
When the bartender totals the bill for a customer who is drunk and angry, he must be very careful to mind his P's and Q's.
And after that she, at a pace of three times a week, gets drunk and at those times brings back a different man.
I drank about 20 beers but the cop couldn't tell I was drunk and let me go.

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