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crap·u·lent

, crapulous (krap'yū-lent, -lŭs),
Rarely used term for drunken; due to alcoholic intoxication.
[L. crapula, drunkenness]

crapulous

(krăp′ū-lŭs) [L. crapulosus, hungover]
Relating to the effects of excessive drinking and eating; relating to intoxication.
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