Watch as she makes her drunken debut and tries to make out with five of her roommates.
From the lower level, just a few feet away, a drunken voice cut through the quiet.
Knightley found him to be a drunken burnout living on a miserable pension over a seedy café in East London.
When he emerged from his drunken stupor, his relationship with Methot was kaput.
She said the pair then had a conversation about her childhood in Britain before enjoying a “drunken fumble”.
The cellars of old wines were quickly emptied by drunken revelers.
He's got a drunken father,—one of the meanest kind of drunkards.
Uttering a wild savage shout, the drunken sailor sprang over the corpse, followed by his comrades in crime.
"Often enough," he said fiercely, and he thought of his drunken father.
Every fourth or fifth house is a rum shop, and the so-called palm-wine sheds are filled every night with drunken men and women.