lushy

lushy

(ˈlʌʃɪ)
adj, -shier or -shiest
drunk
n, pl -shies
a drunkard
References in classic literature ?
It was half-past four when I got to Somers Town, and then I was so uncommon lushy, that I couldn't find the place where the latch-key went in, and was obliged to knock up the old 'ooman.
todaysc It has to be Famous Name, with Lushy finishing fast.
It spans two-and-a-half centuries, from one of Haydn's best loved symphonies to Brahms' lushy orchestrated and - some say - technically impossible Violin Concerto, to a new work by Philip Cashian," says Amanda.