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crapulous (KRAHP yuh luhs) (adjective), more crapulous, most crapulous
1. Relating to someone who suffers from the effects of overindulgence in good food and, especially, alcoholic drinking: The doctor told Jim that he had a crapulous stomach which resulted from eating and consuming immoderate amounts of the wrong kinds of food and beverages and that he should definitely follow a strict dietary plan.
2. Etymology: from Late Latin crapulentus, "very drunk"; ultimately from Greek kraipale, "drunken headache, hangover".
A reference to being intemperate in eating or drinking liquor.
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