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wino

(ˈwɑɪno)
1. n. wine. How about a little more wino?
2. n. a wine drunkard. I gave the wino some money to help him stop the shakes.
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The two winos question the whole American way of life.
Notice, first, that the laugh the wino gets with his malapropistic traffic directing refers us quite specifically to cars moving at high rates of speed though wasted black neighborhoods; the observation is buried in the wino's discourse but gives it a fully imagined realism.
Cheap wines with down-and-dirty names--and an extra measure of alcohol-are the beverage of choice among down-and-out drunks, But winos are an embarrassment to the big companies that manufacture these wines.
Tickets priced at PS10 (plus booking fee) can be bought from the Summer Winos website at www.
The multi-storey car park by the bus station seems to be frequented by winos and deadbeats all looking for a handout for that elusive cup of tea.
Some Aches), winos (Discount Bottle Shop), domestic violence (Fairfield Girl).
He added: "The trouble was caused mainly by addicts and winos.
Cllr Syd Whitby, Leisure Services spokesman, said: ``On my way into the town hall today I saw two winos sitting on benches outside.
And the thirsty hobo, known only as Old Al, immediately spent the money on three bottles of Nightrain - a tipple popular among winos.
A CITY square which cost EUR9million has become a haven for winos, it was claimed yesterday.
He gave us White Winos, written in honour of his own mother, and even delivered Delaware dedicated to his school days, from his very first album.
FIND out which is the more popular grape among the local winos - Merlot or Shiraz.
Spokesman for the pupils, John Gallagher, 16, said: "There are hundreds of people on the streets of Dublin every night and people have the stereotypes of them being winos or drug addicts.
Where leafy suburbs are filled with prostitutes and winos.
A POPULAR seaside resort's station loos have been shut down at the height of the tourist season, because of vandals and winos.