- n. slang An alcoholic.
“Just because people have addictions and dysfunction, that doesn't mean there isn't love in the family," said Macy, who began the session with a series of dry-witted comments about preparing to play hard-living alkie Frank Gallagher.”
“March 1, 2009 5: 19 am oh I love that movie! your chocolate is pudding-alkie or not, already make my mouth water!”
“This particular person is an alkie and then allows locals chavs into their property.”
“What is it about murders most horrid, alkie loner detectives and and the police procedural that so appeals?”
“His argument was that vodka is a neutral spirit and by definition is nearly indistinguishable from one brand to the next — and that consequently the "brand story" (including country of origin) is really all that separates a Grey Goose drinker from a Ketel One alkie.”
“Thursday, December 11, 2008 at 10: 46 PM re mileage on the Model T, IIRC the T could run on a number of different fuels - gas, alcohol, etc, so it probably got better mileage on gas and less on alcohol/alkie blends.”
“When she'd got enough liquor in her, as she had gotten now (rather early in the day as had become her habit), she began to look and move stiff-limbed and prideful like her father, whom she had always called “an alkie” as if it were at worst a curiosity and perhaps an avocation deserving of some beribboned prize.”
“Charlie Kennedy the alkie and an ex-BBC presenter.”
“The GO system runs late, so nights out with non-alkie drinkies are still on the menu … nomotherearth Said,”
“Bloomberg is right. .it's like giving hair of the dog to an alkie ...”
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