bibulous bibulous


  • (adj) given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol



  1. To Friends, however, the Old Quaker still looks pretty big and bibulous.
  2. Two of Cornell University's oldest and most bibulous social societies, Majura and Beth L'Amed, were holding a joint initiation ceremony on the eve of the Christmas holidays, and.
  3. About 300 delegates canceled out, but when the bibulous Great One finally appeared, the others gave him a standing ovation.


  • ESSAY: North by Northwest wine-wise

    WILLIAMSBURG Wine should not create problems for anyone, but it can happen if you are far into it. That's why it has stuck in my bibulous craw for years that I could not get fixated on a particular type of American wine, as if my palate was short on patriotism. But since a recent visit to the Pacific Northwest, I am being rescued by Oregon pinot gris whites.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: The Virginia Gazette

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