two-fisted drinker

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two-fisted drinker

Someone who drinks alcohol heavily or excessively. My stepdad was a real two-fisted drinker, and we knew to stay out of his way when he was on another one of his benders.

two-fisted drinker

n. a heavy drinker; someone who drinks with both hands. The world is filled with guys who aspire to be two-fisted drinkers.
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It was a very spacious and very low hail on the ground floor, with a vaulted ceiling whose central spring rested upon a huge pillar of wood painted yellow; tables everywhere, shining pewter jugs hanging on the walls, always a large number of drinkers, a plenty of wenches, a window on the street, a vine at the door, and over the door a flaring piece of sheet-iron, painted with an apple and a woman, rusted by the rain and turning with the wind on an iron pin.
The two last drinkers, instead of looking out at this window, kept up the fire.
He said: "From my shop if someone is drunk or a street drinker I don't sell alcohol to them.
A drug and alcohol recovery centre named Archstone Recovery just concluded a study to determine which kind of drinker was spending the most on Amazon shopping online, and their conclusion is that those who consume Gin the most, tend to spend the most on Amazon.
In fact, as the specialty coffee industry searches for the key elements that differentiate a "third-wave" roaster from the next generation of "fourth-wave," one of those differences, it seems, is the willingness to deliver the same taste experience to the decaf drinker that third-wave roasters sought to give their "regular" coffee drinkers fifteen years ago.
None of the participants was a problem drinker. Indeed, 25% were nondrinkers, 32% drank alcohol infrequently, and 43% were light to moderate drinkers, meaning they consumed anywhere from three drinks per week to two drinks per day.
Silverstain Properties announced that Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has signed a 10-year lease at 1177 Avenue of the Americas.
If you have a heavy drinker in your life, your own health and well-being could suffer as a result, according to a New Zealand study.
Summary: NEW YORK: If you have a heavy drinker in your life, your own health and well-being could suffer as a result, according to a New Zealand study.
Next, heavy/ light drinker status was added to the equation to see if drinker status affected estimate accuracy.
The marketing campaign is targeting what the industry calls a "lifestyle drinker" and beer drinkers who prefer premium, imported beers.
Each student was classified either as an abstainer, a non-binge drinker, an occasional binge drinker or a frequent binge drinker.
Alcohol consumption-related questions used categorical responses to assess how many times beer was consumed in the past 30 days, the number of beers consumed on occasions when beer was drunk, self-classification of drinking status (e.g., an abstainer, moderate drinker, heavy drinker), occasions in which five and ten beers had been consumed in a single sitting over the most recent two-week period, and the number of occasions and average number of drinks per occasion that had been consumed over the past 30 days.
About 38 percent of Slovaks consider themselves to be beer drinkers more than wine drinkers (26 percent).
Department of Health and Human Services, even light drinkers, or those who have at least one drink per day, are exposed to significant cancer risks; so those who are considered binge drinkers are in greater danger.