alky alky


  • (n) a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually


  1. But now, in a report to the American Chemical Society, a biochemist and a physician suggest an explanation for the alky-pheno combo's deadly powers.
  2. Now, however, a number of alky-boosters are touting the virtues of using the ethanol undiluted.
  3. Maybe it is, and maybe it isn't, but in this earnest, dull book, Callaghan proves only that Sam is a sod and the girl is a tedious alky.


  • Biker groups bring toys, smiles to kids at Everett hospital

    Andrea Torres, 6, is greeted by members of the motorcycle group the Sky Valley Alky Angels at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett on Saturday afternoon. Members of the biker club joined the Everett chapter of the Unchained Brotherhood to deliver toys to the hospital.
    on September 26, 2013     Source: Everett Herald

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