Drunkenness (See also Alcoholism.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Drunkenness (See also Alcoholism.)

  1. Acrasia self-indulgent in the pleasures of the senses. [Br. Lit.: Faerie Queene]
  2. Admiral of the red a wine-bibber. [Br. Folklore: Brewer Dictionary, 11]
  3. Bacchus, priest of a toper, perhaps originally because of ceremonial duties. [Western Folklore: Brewer Dictionary, 65]
  4. Barleycorn, John humorous personification of intoxicating liquor. [Am. and Br. Folklore: Misc.]
  5. Booze sold cheap whiskey in a log-cabin bottle. [Am. Hist.: Espy, 152–153]
  6. Capp, Andy archetypal British working-class toper. [Comics: Horn, 82–83]
  7. Gambrinus mythical Flemish king; reputed inventor of beer. [Flem. Myth.: NCE, 1041]
  8. Magnifico, Don appointed Prince’s butler, oversamples his wines. [Ital. Opera: Rossini, Cinderella, Westerman, 120–121]
  9. Noah inebriated from wine, sprawls naked in tent. [O.T.: Genesis 9:20–23]
  10. Silenus one of Bacchus’s retinue; fat, always inebriated. [Gk. Myth.: Hall, 283]
  11. Sly, Christopher identity changes during drunken stupor. [Br. Lit.: Taming of the Shrew]
  12. Tam O’Shanter stumbling home from the tavern sees witches dancing around open coffins in the graveyard. [Br. Lit.: Burns Tam O’Shanter in Benét, 985]
  13. Vincent, St. patron saint of drunks. [Christian Hagiog.: Brewer Dictionary, 1129]