from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A place in which to get drunk; a grog-shop or saloon.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Nobody could tolerate this much dry drunkery without having to run back to the sauce.
Ah, congrats on your first legal drunkery, and best birthday wishes more generally!
The answer, to do all the diddies in one dedal, would sound: from pulling himself on his most flavoured canal the huge chest-house of his elders (the Popapreta, and some navico, navvies!) he had flickered up and flinnered down into a drug and drunkery addict, growing megalomane of a loose past.
Apparently any one with nothing else to do could set up a little drunkery or street-stand without government interference.
Nothing with Ramona's drunkery was really resolved, but I'm sure we'll hear plenty about it next week.