Definition of Drunkennesses

1. Noun. (plural of drunkenness) ¹



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Definition of Drunkennesses

1. drunkenness [n] - See also: drunkenness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drunkennesses

drunk tanks
drunkalogue
drunkalogues
drunkard
drunkards
drunke
drunken
drunken reveler
drunken reveller
drunken revelry
drunken trees
drunkendom
drunkenhead
drunkenly
drunkenness
drunkennesses (current term)
drunker
drunkest
drunklike
drunkness
drunkorexia
drunks
drupaceous
drupal
drupe
drupel
drupelet
drupelets
drupelike
drupels

Literary usage of Drunkennesses

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1. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1918)
"St. Paul may be opposing it to ' drunkennesses and revel- lings ' in the corresponding list of vices, in which case the word would approach in meaning our ..."

2. Saint Paul's Epistle to the Galatians by Joseph Barber Lightfoot (1869)
"... seditions, heresies, envies, murders, drunkennesses, revellings, and such like, v. ... 29, 30; in revellings and drunkennesses, in chamberings and ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"... shall disburse some part of his unjust gains and so think all his grossest impieties atoned for. So many perjuries, lusts, drunkennesses, quarrels, ..."

4. The Ante-Nicene Fathers: Translations of the Writings of the Fathers Down to by Alexander Roberts, James Donaldson, Arthur Cleveland Coxe, Ernest Cushing Richardson, Allan Menzies, Bernhard Pick (1903)
"... and drunkennesses; since it is, for the most part, for the sake of food, and stomach, and appetite, that these solemnities are frequented. ..."

5. The Colloquies of Erasmus by Desiderius Erasmus, Edwin Johnson (1878)
"In both Sexes, there are many drunkennesses, Brawls, Fightings, Murders, Wars, Rapines, and Adulteries. Eu. But we Men alone fight for our Country. ..."

6. Autobiography by John Stuart Mill, Thomas Carlyle (1909)
"drunkennesses, for example, in ordinary cases, is not a fit subject for legislative interference; but I should deem it perfectly legitimate that a person, ..."

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