Meaning of crapulence in English:

crapulence

See synonyms for crapulence

noun

literary

See crapulent

‘The effect on most of us will be an attack of acute crapulence (okay, so look it up), caused by our forced overconsumption of political prattle and forensic flatulence.’
  • ‘With their first new album since 1998, we must ask: have they avoided the soul sucking crapulence that haunts so many other bands that continue on into their second decade?’
  • ‘Research carried out by the British Scientific Dining Association reveals that crapulence has bad effects on the memory and makes people slow-witted.’
  • ‘In our advanced state of crapulence, the installation was extremely demanding.’
  • ‘The irony was that I was drinking lager rather than Scotch in an attempt to avoid crapulence.’