Bibulously - definition of bibulously by The Free Dictionary
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1. Given to or marked by the consumption of alcoholic drink: a bibulous fellow; a bibulous evening.
2. Very absorbent, as paper or soil.
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References in periodicals archive
Critics can't seem to pile enough superlatives on "Sideways"--an antiheroic tale about two friends who bibulously
wend their way through California wine country for a week.
He put in a clear round in several members' races, the amateurs' cups we won sometimes bibulously
exaggerated to those of winner.
Two months later, on the night our troops landed in Normandy, Camus was bibulously
celebrating the opening of one of his now forgotten plays.