drinking bout

NOUN
  1. a long period of drinking
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How To Use drinking bout In A Sentence

  • The Scotland camp, it was claimed, was riven by punch-ups among its own players and ill-disciplined drinking bouts.
  • 4Written nearly five hundred years ago, Babur's description of Kabul and its dependencies is peppered with references to heavy wine-drinking bouts set in lush and bountiful venues. Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier
  • At least it did not end with a sleaze party with its accompanying orgies, nor with the disorderly official drinking bout of a hundred years ago.
  • There is no evidence, however, that a single drinking bout in an otherwise abstemious person will lead to pancreatitis.
  • They had been fighting after a drinking bout.
  • His drinking bouts often ended in acts of mindless violence.
  • His drinking bouts often ended in acts of mindless violence.
  • After the Saturday's drinking bout and incidental combat the keelman had Sunday in which to cultivate the graces. The Romance of the Coast
  • He had a slight hang - over from his first drinking bout, but this didn't bother him.
  • They had been fighting after a drinking bout.
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