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  • n. Plural form of wino.


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  • That's all it took for those word winos of yesteryear, those "let's name a worm after a dog" intelligentsia, to connect the hairy dots.

    French Word-A-Day

  • Saw Momma in a white gown; saw my baby with his newly adopted parents, passed around from foster family to foster family as if he was a wine bottle in a circle of winos.

    Show Stoppah

  • He also fired more than fifty members, claiming they were winos and drifters.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Surprised that Paul Giamatti is in their since he has gone numerous times on record indicating that wine connaiseurs and winos are fluff and a waste of time.

    Vote now! Wine Person of the Decade [the Naughties] | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • It makes you wonder when the winos steal cheap booze because they know they will just get a slap.


  • Brabazon and du Toit sometimes resembles that of two winos who stumble between bars, leaning on each other for support.

    Combat Junkies

  • At one point Daniel explains that he is trying to get publishers to accept a novel about the city's slums: "I see heroes," he says, "but editors see winos and bums."

    Corruption on the Hudson

  • I remember during our orientation week at the very start of law school, we spent about an hour watching a video about how lawyers are pill-poppers and winos and have the second highest suicide rate among the professions.

    The High Cost of Lawyering

  • The kids in the choir live in a community plagued with rats, winos, graffiti and drug addicts.

    Joanne D'Antonio: The Last Legacy of Preston Sturges

  • Evidently even the winos on skid row wouldn't buy it, because it had some sparkle and frankly tasted a little bit like strawberry soda, but it sure gave a kick, and quite the headache too if you drank a lot.

    Ripple Effect


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