I love old words, and try my darnedest to use them in my work. My family knows me for my old fashioned insults or swears but there is something about old English that has a charm modern English doesn’t. That is way, my lovely readers, I am bringing back the old into the new. Every Friday I will look at posting an old word and it is up to you to find out the meaning of it. Of course I will write a sentence using the word to help you figure it out. Along with finding the meaning of the word, if you could write a sentence using the word, that would be amazing!

Without further delay, I shall write my old word sentence.

“After tomorrow night, I will be crapulent.”

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*As requested, here is the definition of the word.

Sick from excess food or drink. Can be used as another word for hangover/hungover. 

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/crapulent

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/crapulence