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  • noun Plural form of drunkalogue.


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  • Stories as slight and harmless as "The Trickle Down Effect" (which first appeared in The New Yorker) about a "good horsewoman" named Fiesta Punch who hires a drunk to haul hay from Wisconsin ( "Westconston!") are little more than the sort of inspired drunkalogues you might hear at an A.A. meeting.

    Old West and New Collide Amid Cowpoke McMansions 2004


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