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bibulous (adj.)

1670s, "spongy, absorbent," from Latin bibulus "drinking readily, given to drink;" of things, "absorbent; moistened," from bibere "to drink" (from PIE root *po(i)- "to drink"). Meaning "fond of drink" attested in English by 1861.

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Definitions of bibulous from WordNet

bibulous (adj.)
given to or marked by the consumption of alcohol;
a bibulous fellow
a bibulous evening
Synonyms: boozy / drunken / sottish
From wordnet.princeton.edu