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gargler

slang Someone who often drinks alcohol to the point of intoxication. Yeah, I was a gargler when I was younger, but I've been sober for years.
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gargler

n. a drinker; a drunkard. You are going to turn into a gargler if you don’t let up on your drinking.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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My first port of call is an often misunderstood grape that, unfortunately, is responsible for some terribly insipid party garglers that shouldn't be within a million light years of any decent vintner.
Furthermore, when water garglers developed a URTI, bronchial symptoms were attenuated; the mean peak score in bronchial symptoms was 1.40 in the control group, 0.97 in the water-gargling group, and 1.41 in the povidone-iodine-gargling group.
Garglers were asked to use 20 mL of water or diluted povidone-iodine for about 15 seconds three times consecutively, and to repeat this protocol at least three times daily They were followed for at least 60 days.
In the grand old days of garrulous garglers, West Midlanders were assured a toasty welcome in the pub at the end of the street.
What place in such lofty company have the philosophers, straw-suckers,glass-blowers, healers, tiddly-winkers, religious leaders, the all -day soaks and garglers, weekend hippies, poets, string-vest models, pancake-tossers,mop salesmen and the makers offool's gold?