drinker

noun
ADJECTIVE
binge, hard, heavy

This liver condition is common in heavy drinkers.

light, moderate
habitual, regular
problem

help for the families and friends of problem drinkers

underage

She claimed advertisers were targeting underage drinkers.

social

She is a social drinker only—she never drinks at home.

beer, coffee, tea, etc.

I'm not a big tea drinker.


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