drunkard

Drunkard - What does it mean?

drunkard | |

Drinking vs Drunkard - What's the difference?

drinking | drunkard |


As nouns the difference between drinking and drunkard

is that drinking is an act or session by which drink is consumed, especially alcoholic beverages while drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk .

As a verb drinking

is .

Sozled vs Drunkard - What's the difference?

sozled | drunkard |


As a noun drunkard is

a person who is habitually drunk .

Drunkard vs Plonko - What's the difference?

drunkard | plonko | Related terms |

Drunkard is a related term of plonko.


As nouns the difference between drunkard and plonko

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while plonko is (au|informal) someone addicted to cheap wine.

Drunkard vs Drinker - What's the difference?

drunkard | drinker |


As nouns the difference between drunkard and drinker

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while drinker is agent noun of drink; someone or something that drinks.

Drunkard vs Tippler - What's the difference?

drunkard | tippler |


As nouns the difference between drunkard and tippler

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while tippler is a seller of alcoholic liquors.

Drunkard vs Bibber - What's the difference?

drunkard | bibber |


As nouns the difference between drunkard and bibber

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while bibber is one given to drinking alcoholic beverages too freely; a tippler.

Drunkard vs Imbiber - What's the difference?

drunkard | imbiber |


As nouns the difference between drunkard and imbiber

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while imbiber is one who imbibes, who drinks, especially alcoholic beverages.

Drunkard vs Sponge - What's the difference?

drunkard | Sponge |


As nouns the difference between drunkard and Sponge

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while Sponge is (countable) any of various marine invertebrates, mostly of the phylum porifera , that have a porous skeleton often of silica.

As a verb Sponge is

(slang) to take advantage of the kindness of others.

Drunkard vs Wino - What's the difference?

drunkard | wino |


As nouns the difference between drunkard and wino

is that drunkard is a person who is habitually drunk while wino is (pejorative) a wine-drinking alcoholic or wino can be (physics) a hypothetical particle that is the superpartner of the w boson.

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