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- v. to drink to excess
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To drink to excess.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To drink to excess.
- n. Excessive drinking.
The ones that have come to public attention have been related to people running marathons who overdrink, or people drinking water with ecstasy because of the worry about dehydration.
When you overdrink you might not realize the impact on others.
The more you reinforce overdrinking the more you will overdrink.
I've been listening to people for years who overdrink.
He also believes in moderation: "Don't overdrink," he advises, bluntly.
And not just smart: We're not overweight; we never overdrink; and we save just enough for retirement.
A brutal race; they overeat and overdrink and condemn the lusts of the flesh, while revelling in all the vilest sins of the spirit.
We made Gandish overeat and overdrink himself in the supper-room, and Clive cheered him by ordering a full length of
Well, a pill approved just yesterday by the FDA may do that for millions of people who can't shake the urge to overdrink.
I think this is slightly dangerous because the danger to overdrink increases when you get a two hour head start.
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