roaring drunk

roaring drunk

To be exceptionally drunk, boisterous, and loud. Do you remember last night at all? You were roaring drunk. We all got roaring drunk and went through the town singing and dancing.
See also: drunk, roaring

ˌroaring ˈdrunk

extremely drunk and noisy: They came home roaring drunk again last night. OPPOSITE: stone-cold sober
See also: drunk, roaring
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When I launched myself through the front door to overpay the babysitter, I was roaring drunk.
First, the fact that the leads get roaring drunk, instantly married and promptly forget all about it says a whole lot about them as people.
Happy hours, cheap alcohol, preloading and a general acceptance that getting roaring drunk at least once a week is what we all do is the culture teenagers are growing up in.
In the early days of the band we always seemed to end up roaring drunk and sleeping on someone's floor on Smithdown Road - it will be particularly cool to play at the new location on the docks, that kind of postindustrial landscape is always inspiring.
MANY YEARS AGO, on a teenage bicycling trip in Europe, my brother and I returned to the hostel to find our companions roaring drunk.
WILLPENRIEVANS: My Gran used to say that on 11/11/18 her Dad was in Army Hospital, he & other patients got roaring drunk celebrating.
He was the way he was because of the era he was born into - then it was acceptable for men to get roaring drunk and beat their wives.
I rang home and she was celebrating what turned out to be stunning GCSEs by getting roaring drunk, trashing the house and beating up her brother.
Naturally, there was the usual business to attend to before the big race; the small matter of getting roaring drunk and gambling enough money to buy a Russian election.
Dad Paul Barnett, also of Chaster Street, was told by Judge Lever: "You are the father of those boys and it was your responsibility not to be roaring drunk and violent and contribute to this affair.
If every roaring drunk felt a cold glare of disapproval, if every leather-lunged obscenity were met with a thumbs-down, the idea would begin to take hold that good sportsmanship is expected both on and off the playing field.
I got roaring drunk celebrating our Hartlepool victory and challenged you all to a fight.
Fletcher, who officially quit as coach last night, will probably point out that he wasn't the one who decided to take a pedalo out out into the sea while roaring drunk despite England's loss in the first match of the competition.
In the process I nearly cut my hand off in the middle of my forearm when I was roaring drunk, and playing with huge industrial saw.