drunkenly

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drunken +‎ -ly

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drunkenly (comparative more drunkenly, superlative most drunkenly)

  1. In a drunken manner
    • c. 1595, William Shakespeare, Richard II, [1]
      O, spare me not, my brother Edward's son,
      For that I was his father Edward's son;
      That blood already, like the pelican,
      Hast thou tapp'd out and drunkenly caroused:
    • 1941, Emily Carr, chapter 9, in Klee Wyck[2]:
      [] there, tipping drunkenly over the top of dense growth, were the totem poles of Gittex.

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