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alchy

and alkie and alky (ˈælki)
1. n. alcohol; an alcoholic beverage. The crooks stole most of the alchy from the bar at the club. My great-grandfather made his own “alky” during prohibition.
2. n. a drunkard. You see alchy after alchy all up and down Maxwell Street.

alky

verb
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The Quins 4, Baybridge 4; Llanishen RFC 2, Culver Rovers 12; Cadoxton Alkies 10, Ten Left Feet 4; British Gas NRG 2, Grange Falcons 9; Pontyclun Blues 11, Monstars Inc 4; Sportsflair 2000 6, Bluebirds 4.
CULVER Rovers look all set to lift the Wednesday title as The Alkies went down 5-0 to Bluebirds.
I feel as strongly about these obese people as I do about alkies and junkies.
However, you are such the trendsetter - only needing to nip out for milk in some western nick-knack for the entire nation to don cowboy boots and lacy skirts - my fear is that up and down the country, smart young girls are chucking their perfectly decent boyfriends to take up with crackheads and alkies.
CULVER Rovers continue to keep up the gallop in Wednesday Division One and lead Cadoxton Alkies by two points as both sides recorded comfortable victories in their latest matches.
I am not an alkie because alkies get pissed and lie about in gutters.
As do parents who donate their dead sons' livers to old alkies only to see them urinate them up against pub walls, eh?
No surprises in Wednesday Division One as both Culver Rovers and Cadoxton Alkies picked up three points in their quest for the championship.
There are quite a few alkies in my family, which really put me off drink when I was younger, but I'm a lightweight anyway.
CULVER Rovers leapt to the top of Wednesday Division One following a fine 8-5 win over Cadoxton Alkies, the latter's first defeat of the season.
I am not justifying every addict's behaviour but believe me when I say none of us druggies or alkies woke up one morning and said: "Please God, give me a life of misery and addiction.
I'm just grateful that royal etiquette gags Princess Margaret from opening one's heart because the cacophony of self-pitying whines from Pro-Celebrity Alkies is enough to drive a Mormon to drink.
Cadoxton Alkies and Culver Rovers are now comfortably clear of the rest in the battle for Wednesday Division One glory after beating Grange Falcons and Pontyclun Blues 17-12 and 5-1 respectively.
He's right, though, about the druggies and the alkies.