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- noun A loud, discordant noise.
- noun A hangover.
- noun A state of depression or bewilderment.
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jitters; discord; confusion
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- noun loud confused noise from many sources
- noun disagreeable aftereffects from the use of drugs (especially alcohol)
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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(Alas! as I was to learn at a later period, intellectual intoxication too. has its katzenjammer.) « Table of contents
From below deck, a katzenjammer of libidinous voices is heard.
If in doing so he were to be perceived as another wealthy and indolent foreigner (usually German or French but not always so) suffering and despondent because of a katzenjammer from a previous night of quaffing Laos Beer, so be it.
Afar from honks of motor cars, and all the city's clamor, I'd like to sleep beneath the stars, and feel no katzenjammer when in the vernal dawn I wake, as chipper as the foxes, to eat my frugal oatmeal cake put up in paper boxes.
You've got an awful katzenjammer from the Stokes 'dinner, and all you men ought to be horsewhipped for letting yourselves in for such a party.
The cynic who housed in a tub and clothed himself with a second-hand carpet is as rich to-day as he that reveled in the spoil of Persia's conquered king and kicked the bucket while enjoying a case of katzenjammer.
In an orchestra of eighty men there is inevitably at least one man with a sore thumb, or bad kidneys, or a brutal wife, or _katzenjammer_ -- and one is enough.
(Alas! as I was to learn at a later period, intellectual intoxication too. has its katzenjammer.)
An orgy in cans and bottles, a bacchanalian revel: a cupboard full of indigestion, joy, forgetfulness and katzenjammer.
Should he find a man suffering with katzenjammer he would pronounce him a "suspect."