Whiskyfied vs Whiskified - What's the difference?

whiskyfied | whiskified | Alternative forms |

Whiskyfied is an alternative form of whiskified.


As adjectives the difference between whiskyfied and whiskified

is that whiskyfied is while whiskified is prone to drinking too much whisky.

whiskyfied

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • whiskified

    English

    Alternative forms

    *whiskeyfied *whiskyfied

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Prone to drinking too much whisky.
  • *1848 , (WM Thackeray), Pendennis :
  • *:Fact and fiction reeled together in his muzzy, whiskified brain.
  • *1926 , (Ford Madox Ford), A Man Could Stand Up—'', Penguin 2012 (''Parade's End ), p. 584:
  • *:Of the various types of field-officer upon whom he could have modelled himself as regards the men, he had chosen that of the genial, rubicund, slightly whiskyfied C.O. who finishes every sentence with the words: ‘Eh, what?’
  • * 1980 , Ivan Doig, This House of Sky
  • But Tom — rather, the kids' dad — had passed from her as surely as if he had been tumbled into the grave with the whiskeyfied rancher.