from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang An alcoholic.
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- n. Alternative spelling of alkie.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
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My wife says she is just like their father, an alky who quit drinking but spent his golden years zoned out on prescription drugs.
Wuld yu liek bubblolly drinkees or sumfing non-alky tu drink?
The "Very Funny" cable network burned off the whopping nine-episode season of its sly charmer about Chicago sportswriter PJ (Jordana Spiro) and her pals on Sundays opposite such sky-high-profile cable competition as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Mad Men — whose costar Joel Murray, aka rehabbed alky Freddy Rumsen, guested on Boys as the owner who sold the gang's hangout, Crowley's, to Brando (Reid Scott) in the season finale.
To the bootleggers, speakeasy operators, crooked druggists, fake rabbis, fallen priests, alky cookers, and various other violators dragged into court, the fines were simply fractional additions to their overhead.
ROFLMAO ... why not just respond with, "Apologise to ME, Althouse, or you will be conceding that you are a breast-obsessed alky loon with delusions of liberalism."
I didn't end up an alky, and things worked out ok ... and I always loved Ron for that.
Much like his alky antihero, Smith is a force to be reckoned with.
Teh choklit and teh kewt is helpin, but ai needs teh alky hall too.
Wuz awlso used awn teh tryful at Chrissmuss but dey tended to dissolve in teh alky hall.
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