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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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hungoverhung‧o‧ver /hʌŋˈəʊvə $ -ˈoʊvər/ adjective  MIDRUNKif someone is hungover, they feel ill because they drank too much alcohol the previous evening hangover
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hungoverHis face looked like it was continuously hungover.The next day was grim and hungover.Once I got in well hungover at four in the afternoon when I should have been there at 11.The hungover handjob athwart the unmade bed - you can't do it.On the morning of the fight, a hungover Jimmy was awoken by a tapping on the window.Not sick, Marie guessed, but probably hungover now that she was going dancing every night at the Lake Hotel.Slowly: he felt pleasantly languid, a shade hungover still.
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