crapulous

Crapulous - What does it mean?

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Crapulousness vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

crapulousness | crapulous |

Crapulousness is a related term of crapulous.


As a noun crapulousness

is the state or quality of being crapulous.

As a adjective crapulous is

characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

Crapulously vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

crapulously | crapulous | Related terms |

Crapulously is a related term of crapulous.


As a adverb crapulously

is in a crapulous manner.

As a adjective crapulous is

characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

Crapulence vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

crapulence | crapulous | Derived terms |

Crapulous is a derived term of crapulence.

Crapulence is a related term of crapulous.


As a noun crapulence

is sickness or indisposition caused by excessive eating or drinking.

As a adjective crapulous is

characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

Crapula vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

crapula | crapulous | Derived terms |

Crapulous is a derived term of crapula.

Crapula is a related term of crapulous.


As a noun crapula

is sickness or indisposition caused by excessive eating or drinking.

As a adjective crapulous is

characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

Debauched vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

debauched | crapulous | Synonyms |

Debauched is a synonym of crapulous.


As adjectives the difference between debauched and crapulous

is that debauched is corrupted; immoral; self-indulgent while crapulous is characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

As a verb debauched

is (debauch).

Intemperate vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

intemperate | crapulous | Synonyms |

Intemperate is a synonym of crapulous.


As adjectives the difference between intemperate and crapulous

is that intemperate is lacking moderation, temper or control while crapulous is characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

As a verb intemperate

is (obsolete|transitive) to disorder.

Crapulent vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

crapulent | crapulous | Synonyms |

Crapulous is a synonym of crapulent.

Crapulent is a synonym of crapulous.


As adjectives the difference between crapulent and crapulous

is that crapulent is exhibiting or relating to crapulence while crapulous is characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

Excess vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

excess | crapulous |


As adjectives the difference between excess and crapulous

is that excess is more than is normal, necessary or specified while crapulous is characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

As a noun excess

is the state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure beyond sufficiency, necessity, or duty; that which exceeds what is usual or proper; immoderateness; superfluity; superabundance; extravagance; as, an excess of provisions or of light.

Drunk vs Crapulous - What's the difference?

drunk | crapulous |


As adjectives the difference between drunk and crapulous

is that drunk is in a state of intoxication caused by the consumption of excessive alcohol, usually by drinking alcoholic beverages while crapulous is characterized by excessive eating or drinking.

As a noun drunk

is a habitual drinker, especially one who is frequently intoxicated.

As a verb drunk

is .

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