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drunk driving

the operating of a motor vehicle while drunk.
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drunk-driving, adjective Unabridged
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Examples from the web for drunk driving
  • As a sworn officer he could not ignore the laws against drunk driving and stay true to his oath of office.
  • There are laws against drunk driving, but not against driving with a hangover.
  • As night came on, it was almost exclusively protesters, plus the white guy who'd been busted for drunk driving.
  • It's a personal decision in the way drunk driving is a personal decision.
  • He is giving proceeds from one of his biggest selling records to the campaign against drunk driving.
  • He cites the success of previous campaigns against drunk driving as a precedent.
  • Still, it might solve the drunk driving problem, if only you could get the drunks to use it.
  • He joined an eating club that is kind of notorious for rambunctiousness and was eventually arrested for drunk driving.
  • On their own, either street racing or drunk driving can be incredibly dangerous, if not deadly.
  • They said he was drunk driving, but he wasn't drunk driving.
Contemporary definitions for drunk driving

the act of driving a motor vehicle under the debilitating effects of alcohol; also the crime of doing this; also called [drunken driving]'s 21st Century Lexicon
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