past participle of drink.
affected by alcohol to the extent of losing control of one's faculties or behavior:
he was so drunk he lurched from wall to wall |
drunk on vodka.
∎ (drunk with) fig.
overcome with (a strong emotion):
the crowd was high on euphoria and drunk with patriotism.
a person who is drunk or who habitually drinks to excess.
a drinking bout; a period of drunkenness:
he used to go on these blind drunks.
drunk and disorderly
creating a public disturbance under the influence of alcohol.
(as) drunk as a lord
inebriated XIV; as sb. XIX. Clipped form of DRUNKEN
XV. prob. — MLG. drunkert
, f. drunken
; cf. MDu. dronker
, Du. dronkaard
intoxicated, drunk. OE. druncen
, pp. of DRINK
= OS. drunkan
, OHG. trunkan
, ON. trukkinn
, Goth. *drugkans
, all of which have the same active meaning.
, clonk, conk, cronk, honk, Leblanc, pétanque, plonk, tronc, zonk
•honky-tonk • oink • Munch
, chunk, clunk, drunk, dunk, flunk, funk, gunk, hunk, junk, Monck, monk, plunk, punk, shrunk, skunk, slunk, spunk, stunk, sunk, thunk, trunk
•chipmunk • quidnunc • cyberpunk
•punch-drunk • countersunk