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Crapulent

At first glance, this may seem to be some type of scatological reference. In reality, it is an adjective that means to be sick from gross excess in drinking.

"After the annual pub crawl, Madge was left feeling more crapulent than ever."
sciguy18 sciguy18 51-55, M 3 Responses Dec 14, 2012

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Faerie bets Madge is having some scatological crap happening after coming from the pub...

I think I see the connection to the scatological though.

Bahaha...! So does faerie!

Great minds in the same gutter?

Love it! That was a new one on me ... love to learn new words **makes note** :)

Thanks. I imagine such activity might also give one the collywobbles...

ah yes, collywobbles ... that's not a new word for me ... having had the collywobbles many times ... that word was common currency in my house when I was a kid!