drunken reveller

NOUN
  1. someone who engages in drinking bouts
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How To Use drunken reveller In A Sentence

  • Just before midnight, the square filled up with drunken revellers.
  • A police officer who used a knife to puncture the tyres of a car to stop it being driven by a group of drunken revellers has been convicted and warned he may face a jail sentence.
  • The streets teem with hustling, bustling humanity, hag-like beggar women, street urchins and drunken revellers urinating against inn walls, all rubbing shoulders with the gentry in their smart clothes and carriages.
  • The streets teem with hustling, bustling humanity, hag-like beggar women, street urchins and drunken revellers.
  • Just before midnight, the square filled up with drunken revellers.
  • The streets teem with hustling, bustling humanity, hag-like beggar women, street urchins and drunken revellers urinating against inn walls, all rubbing shoulders with the gentry in their smart clothes and carriages.
  • The streets teem with hustling, bustling humanity, hag-like beggar women, street urchins and drunken revellers, all rubbing shoulders with the gentry in their smart clothes and carriages.
  • There are 2 types of drunken reveller; there are the violent gangs of drunken youths who cause the trouble. Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?
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