alcoholic

All Adjective Noun
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  • He was born into a poor family and his father was an alcoholic.
  • She also tried to help many of the alcoholics that came to live with them.
  • Couple of times a year the international alcoholics organization meeting takes place in the village.
  • The same type of law had been used only for very serious alcoholics in the past.
  • Several of his family members had been alcoholics, a fate he intended to avoid.
  • However he was also an alcoholic, which resulted in his business being wound up.
  • Non-alcoholic beer has also become a popular alternative during recent years.
  • His life is always in danger because he is an alcoholic.
  • Beyond money, there are also significant social costs to both the alcoholic and their family and friends.
  • Others have shown no effect at all, though these studies had small populations of alcoholics.
  • Her father was an alcoholic and her parents separated during her childhood.
  • His father was a career criminal and his mother an alcoholic.
  • This led him to become an alcoholic and lose his job.
  • It was also -- as he realized only after writing it -- about his becoming an alcoholic.
  • In one of his alcoholic stupors he fell into a fire and was thought dead.
  • When she was seven, her mother took her and left her father, who was an abusive alcoholic.
  • For this reason, children of alcoholic parents can develop a number of emotional problems.
  • She also spoke to people in their homes, especially to alcoholics, whom she helped to make a new start in life.
  • He has also become an alcoholic with writer's block.
  • A non-alcoholic drink is one that contains little or no alcohol.
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Words starting with alcoholic

Meaning of alcoholic

  • noun A person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
  • adjective Characteristic of or containing alcohol
    alcoholic drinks