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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She says: "John Baldry and Bernie took Reg out for drinks at the Bag O' Nails club in Soho and got him roaring drunk.
28, Stephen ran into the Yonghe Police Station while roaring drunk. As he stood in front of the counter at the police station, Stephen could be heard blaring music from Bluetooth speakers, before the on-duty female police officer was able to persuade him to leave.
I wouldn't get roaring drunk around my kids - I grew out of that as a student, long before kids - but I certainly did and will let them see me enjoying a few glasses of wine with friends, with them (now they're older) and with friends in the pub.
I wouldn't get roaring drunk around my kids - I grew out of that as student, long before kids - but I certainly did and will let them see me enjoying a few glasses of wine with friends, with them (now they're older) and with friends in the pub.
"You sometimes hear people moaning about Christmas as getting too commercialised, as getting too secularised, with too much drinking and dancing and all that, but if you look back to the old archives to what was happening in the 13th and 14th centuries, they were all getting roaring drunk; they were all singing merry wassails; they were hitting each other over their heads with sausages for their Christmas dinner!
'And instead of just getting roaring drunk and partying - I don't even know if we were staying over or anything - we were all just in these chairs, and the lights were out, and somebody started masturbating, so we all did,' McCartney was quoted in the interview.
As the anniversary of their tragic deaths approaches, he becomes distressed and gets roaring drunk.
As the anniversary of their tragic deaths comes around, he becomes so distressed that he gets roaring drunk.
MANY YEARS AGO, on a teenage bicycling trip in Europe, my brother and I returned to the hostel to find our companions roaring drunk. While we were out riding, they bought beer--the cheapest they could find.
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.
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.
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.