Examples of drunkard in a Sentence
Her father was a drunkard.
accused him of being a no-good drunkard who needed professional help for his problem
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Sometimes sheer loss released him from the prison of himself, if only into grief: The death of his mother, and of his drunkard sons, touched him to the core.
The Hilltop, ruled over by drunkard and chauvinist Gregory (Xander Berkeley), took nearly four months to create, its 18th century architecture brick exterior concealing an interior that is basically a shell, devoid of any walls.
This epic story of Buford Wilson, a drunkard from Memphis, earned Tucker her first No. 1 record -- with a performance that stands as one of the most mysterious of all time.
A terrible punishment awaits Katerina, but not before Shostakovich satirizes a dysfunctional Russian body politic that has fools as bureaucrats, drunkards as clergy and profiteers as police.
Even Bible-toting, hatchet-wielding temperance icon Carry A. Nation focused not on reforming drunkards but on smashing saloons and disrupting the predacious traffic that went on there.
En Banc Court: Perfectly rational; drunkards endanger public safety.
The story begins during the First World War in rural Arkansas, where Jim (Norman Foster), the only child of the widow Hannah Jessop (Henrietta Crosman), wants to marry the daughter of the local drunkard.
There is the workaholic, the drunkard, the shrew, all with some redeeming qualities, but only just enough to be sympathetic.
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First Known Use of drunkard
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Definition of drunkard for English Language Learners
: a person who is drunk or who often gets drunk
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