•bluebeard • Iliad • Olympiad • myriad
, jeremiad, semi-retired, underwired, undesired, unexpired, uninspired
, Howard, underpowered, unpowered
, self-assured, uncured, uninsured, unobscured, unsecured
•halberd • starboard
•unremembered • tribade • cupboard
•Richard • pilchard • pochard • orchard
•unstructured • uncultured
•unconsidered • unhindered
•unordered • Stafford • Bradford
, Sanford, Stanford
•Telford • Wexford • Chelmsford
•Clifford • Pickford • Guildford
•Linford • Mitford • Hereford
•Longford • Oxford • Watford
•Crawford • Salford • Rutherford
•niggard • unsugared • sluggard
•unmeasured • uninjured • tankard
•becard • bewhiskered • unconquered
One who habitually engages in the overindulgence of alcohol.
In order for an individual to be labeled a drunkard, drunkenness must be habitual or must recur on a constant basis. A person who regularly drinks heavily but is sometimes not under the influence of alcohol would be considered a drunkard, whereas a person who occasionally gets drunk would not. The test is the question of whether or not excessive drinking has become a frequent behavior pattern for a particular person.
a person who is habitually drunk.