bibulousness
noun see bibulous

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • bibulousness — bibulous ► ADJECTIVE formal ▪ very fond of drinking alcohol. DERIVATIVES bibulously adverb bibulousness noun. ORIGIN Latin bibulus freely drinking , from bibere to drink …   English terms dictionary

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  • bibulousness — noun The marked tendency to consume alcoholic beverages in greater than normal quantities. Hes a bibulous fellow …   Wiktionary

  • bibulousness — bibˈulousness noun • • • Main Entry: ↑bibulous …   Useful english dictionary

  • bibulous — adjective Etymology: Latin bibulus, from bibere to drink more at potable Date: 1675 1. highly absorbent 2. a. fond of alcoholic beverages b. of, relating to, or marked by the consumption of alcoholic beverages • bibulously adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • bibulous — bibulously, adv. bibulousness, bibulosity /bib yeuh los i tee/, n. /bib yeuh leuhs/, adj. 1. fond of or addicted to drink. 2. absorbent; spongy. [1665 75; < L bibulus (bib(ere) to drink (c. Skt píbati (he) drinks) + ulus ULOUS)] …   Universalium

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  • bibulosity — noun A fondness for tippling Syn: bibulousness See Also: bibulate …   Wiktionary

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