Translation of bibulous in Spanish:

bibulous

dado a la bebida, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbɪbjələs//ˈbɪbjʊləs/

adjective

literary, humorous

  • 1

    (person) dado a la bebida
    (person) beodo formal humorous
    (occasion/party) donde corre la bebida
    • So, come the denouement, their table was very bibulous and merry while everyone else was in a state of nervy misery.
    • They parted on bibulous, back-slapping terms.
    • Certainly, he's a bibulous, gregarious fellow of many appetites, who not only acts and directs, but writes biographies and screenplays, and moonlights as a literary critic for a national newspaper.
    • She evokes a broadcasting company that was different from that of today, full of stuffed shirts and bibulous eccentrics.
    • Artery-clogging cholesterol, alcohol and carcinogenic free radicals cause cellular mayhem in the aftermath of too many bibulous feasts.
    • At her second home in France, which she visits every other weekend, she's a very different person. ‘I'm far more bibulous when I'm in Gaillac.'
    • The profitability of corn whiskey, heavy frontier drinking, the spread of saloons in cities, and the immigration of beer-drinking and whiskey-swilling foreigners all encouraged the nation's bibulous tendencies.
    • The birth of Jean-Philippe increased Leon's nocturnal, bibulous absences; and only to give the boy legitimacy did Arlette marry in September, 1944.
    • ‘Don't say it's Matthew the Second! ‘said a bibulous character at the far end of Charlie's bar, his mouth full of roasted peanuts.
    • Over the course of what was clearly a bibulous dinner they ‘foregathered very much indeed’, John not getting home until five in the morning.
    • At a conference a decade or so ago he hosted a bibulous dinner, after which he embarked on a funny speech.
    • His backstreet bistro is beamed, roughcast, tongue and groove, decorated with bibulous 19th-century prints.
    • After accelerated training he arrived at a military hospital in India and, as the only resident doctor, he spent each week preparing for the bibulous round of a visiting Harley Street grandee.
    • Hobbs, as did many other railwaymen, reveled in the male camaraderie of the workplace and enjoyed the bibulous pleasures connected with it.
    • The column was probably produced hastily, perhaps during what may have been a bibulous Christmas Day.
    • New defections, followed by bibulous celebrations in the Palais Royal, were reported daily.
    • We cannot go back to the bibulous naïveté of our predecessors.
    • He lumbered to a halt, resignation stamped plainly on his bibulous features.
    • Emerging after a bibulous evening, befuddled guests went to recover their coats, only to discover that some of them had ‘walked’.
    • Owing to a misreading of the signature, it was thought to be by the aforementioned bibulous Frans van Mieris the Elder, and was not correctly identified until 1866.