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drunk +‎ -logue

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drunkalogue (plural drunkalogues)

  1. A tale of one's drunken exploits.
    • 1985, Loy D. Martin, Browning's dramatic monologues and the post-romantic subject
      The creation of this awareness is, of course, only half the function of the drunkalogue; the other half is restorative.
    • 2004, James B. Nelson, Thirst: God and the alcoholic experience, page 127:
      These drunkalogues are our art of the grotesque. These alcoholic stories break open the experience of the absurd in vivid, painful, and humorous ways.