inebrious

adjective
in·​ebri·​ous | \ə̇ˈnēbrēəs\

Definition of inebrious 

1 obsolete : inebriating

3 : addicted to drink

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History and Etymology for inebrious

perhaps blend of inebriation and obsolete English ebrious addicted to drink, drunk, from Latin ebrius drunk

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