Definition of Alcoholic abuse
1. Noun. Excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks.
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Literary usage of Alcoholic abuse
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1. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1887)
"The extent to which a man, otherwise sensible, can delude himself as to the effects of alcoholic abuse is astounding. A headache is one of the most frequent ..."
2. Occidental Medical Times (1894)
"(3) alcoholic abuse acting in conjunction with moral or physical causes. Strictly speaking, those two causes stand to one another in the relation of cause ..."
3. Physiological Aspects of the Liquor Problem by Wilbur Olin Atwater (1903)
"Although some English authors, following Anstie and Dickinson, deny any causative relation of alcoholic abuse to Bright's disease, ..."
4. Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting by American Ophthalmological Society (1908)
"... man who died of carcinoma of the stomach and who had extensive arteriosclerosis of the larger vessels. The man had the history of alcoholic abuse. ..."
5. A System of Diet and Dietetics by George Alexander Sutherland (1908)
"stepping stones between alcoholic abuse and a more healthy appetite, ... What has been said in speaking of alcoholic abuse may be repeated here. ..."
6. Diseases of the Kidneys and of the Spleen, Hemorrhagic Diseases by Hermann Senator, Moritz Litten, Alfred Stengel (1905)
"... nevertheless does not deny the influence of alcoholic abuse on the kidney ; but from an analysis of the cases that occurred in St. George's Hospital ..."