adj. 形容詞 1. 〈多作修飾語〉酒醉的;常醉的;愛喝酒的。
2. 酒醉引起的。
3. 像喝醉酒似的,搖搖晃晃的。
adv. 動詞 副詞 -ly 醉。
n. 名詞 -ness 1. 酩酊;醉態。
2. 放蕩,放縱。


    1. Mer mer mer arbour ! chanted the drunken peasant, smiling blissfully, and gazing at ilyin as he talked to the girl

    2. Now let us speak of that fellowship that was there to the intent to be drunken an they might. there was a sort of scholars along either side the board, that is to wit, dixon yclept junior of saint mary merciable s with other his fellows lynch and madden, scholars of medicine, and the franklin that high

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    3. People with hydrophobia, the disabled, the mentally disordered, people with epilepsy, heavy high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, the pregnant women and the drunken people are definitely not adapted to driftage

    4. I had been weary before, but now i was sick and bruised, and partly drunken with the brandy.

    5. Lenehan and one from alba longa, one crotthers, and young stephen that had mien of a frere that was at head of the board and costello that men clepen punch costello all long of a mastery of him erewhile gested and of all them, reserved young stephen, he was the most drunken that demanded still of more mead and beside the meek sir leopold