bibulous, boozy, drunken, sottish
Meaning: given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol; "a bibulous fellow"; "a bibulous evening"; "his boozy drinking companions"; "thick boozy singing"; "a drunken binge"; "two drunken gentlemen holding each other up"; "sottish behavior"
Mitya followed like a drunken man.
Such virtue had this medicine, directly it were drunken.
This drunken Caderousse has made me lose the thread of my sentence."
'Well! he would know nothing of this riot about the drunken fellow's death.
'I don't know if that's any worse than sitting to a drunken beast in a studio.
He was young, extraordinarily beautiful; but he staggered and reeled like a drunken man.
She WAS drunk, drunken with joy. She had a picture of the most beautiful little baby girl.
Mitya walked with a drunken swagger to the locked door, and began knocking to the Poles with his fist.
"I?" said Caderousse, rising with all the offended dignity of a drunken man, "I can't keep on my legs?
The ways were foul and narrow; the shops and houses wretched; the people half-naked, drunken, slipshod, ugly.