To get drunk

to become intoxicated.

See also: Get

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Also, he doesn't want to get drunk. What does he do?
"And serves you right," said Jane, the pert chambermaid, "if you will take their money to get drunk on.
It was deemed a disgrace not to get drunk at Christmas; and he was regarded as lazy indeed, who had not provided himself with the necessary means, during the year, to get whisky enough to last him through Christmas.
Researchers believe it may be time to introduce guidelines on how to get drunk safely, which would reach binge drinkers who may currently see upper limits as "irrelevant".
How is a child that age able to get drunk in the first place?
By educating kids at a young age, and telling them it's not cool to get drunk, the number of arrests, incidents, accidents and alcohol fuelled brawls will decrease.
but not with to get drunk. In dry cultures taste does not seem to matter."
My step-daughter and her friends want to get drunk, don't see anything wrong in it and aren't ashamed.