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roaring drunk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroaring drunkroaring drunkBritish English informalLOUD/NOISY very drunk and noisy roaring
Examples from the Corpus
roaring drunkI was twenty-three years old, and he got me roaring drunk.They were all roaring drunk and kept singing bawdy songs.In some of the villages, apparently, vampire hunters get roaring drunk first.Never an unwise investment, never stone roaring drunk, never a pass at a secretary.So that night they celebrated, getting roaring drunk, playing cards and gambling.
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