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Things drunk often describes (“drunk ________”)
driving, driver, wine, drivers, man, water, tea, night, men, milk, tank, coffee, beer, times, blood, glasses, anything, alcohol, nothing, fill, cups, day, cup, tonight, bottles, woman, glass, health, half, person, champagne, poison, bottle, liquor, charge, guy, lot, scene, conduct, whisky, arrests, brandy, soul, laws, whiskey, syndrome, standing, soldiers, fighter, indian, something, indians, girl, father, warm, much, drop, home, delight, husband, boxer, evening, draught, charges, guys, soldier, waters, pints, tanks, soma, beers, nights, ink, act, boy, one, vodka, sailors, cold, hath, accident, gallons, ale, hemlock, plenty, fool

How drunk often is described (“________ drunk”)
dead, little, blind, old, crazy, big, mean, real, sloppy, down, mad, dry, happy, hopeless, day, bad, stupid, maudlin, least, plain, liquid, violent, occasional, reformed, damn, eyed, roaring, cheap, habitual, nasty, faced, chronic, bloody, belligerent, abusive, staggering, angry, obnoxious, notorious, stone, irish, punch, glorious, terrible, ugly, wild, awful, sober, half, sick, noisy, harmless, pathetic, quiet, homeless, helpless, worthless, rotten, biggest, filthy, loud, semi, night, sodden, dirty, stinking, fat, litde, damned, amiable

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