- s suffering from excessive eating or drinking
a crapulous stomach
- s given to gross intemperance in eating or drinking
a crapulous old reprobate
- There is so much desperate, crapulous spew from the McCain campaign right now that it's hard to keep track of it all--but this ad, via Andrew Sullivan, marks some sort of low.
- His crapulous invective only has the power to stigmatize his allies now.
- Let me add my approbation for your staying with this, and working the crapulous part of the thesaurus.
- John Adams in Independent
However, years after becoming second president of the US, Adams described the equally manly and striking Common Sense as "a poor, ignorant, malicious, short-sighted crapulous mass" - even though that document had been crucial to the Declaration...