(1) New defections, followed by bibulous celebrations in the Palais Royal, were reported daily.(2) His backstreet bistro is beamed, roughcast, tongue and groove, decorated with bibulous 19th-century prints.(3) Artery-clogging cholesterol, alcohol and carcinogenic free radicals cause cellular mayhem in the aftermath of too many bibulous feasts.(4) The profitability of corn whiskey, heavy frontier drinking, the spread of saloons in cities, and the immigration of beer-drinking and whiskey-swilling foreigners all encouraged the nation's bibulous tendencies.(5) At a conference a decade or so ago he hosted a bibulous dinner, after which he embarked on a funny speech.(6) After accelerated training he arrived at a military hospital in India and, as the only resident doctor, he spent each week preparing for the bibulous round of a visiting Harley Street grandee.(7) The birth of Jean-Philippe increased Leon's nocturnal, bibulous absences; and only to give the boy legitimacy did Arlette marry in September, 1944.(8) She evokes a broadcasting company that was different from that of today, full of stuffed shirts and bibulous eccentrics.(9) He lumbered to a halt, resignation stamped plainly on his bibulous features.(10) At her second home in France, which she visits every other weekend, she's a very different person. ├ö├ç├┐I'm far more bibulous when I'm in Gaillac.'(11) ├ö├ç├┐Don't say it's Matthew the Second! ├ö├ç├┐said a bibulous character at the far end of Charlie's bar, his mouth full of roasted peanuts.(12) Owing to a misreading of the signature, it was thought to be by the aforementioned bibulous Frans van Mieris the Elder, and was not correctly identified until 1866.(13) So, come the denouement, their table was very bibulous and merry while everyone else was in a state of nervy misery.(14) Hobbs, as did many other railwaymen, reveled in the male camaraderie of the workplace and enjoyed the bibulous pleasures connected with it.(15) Certainly, he's a bibulous , gregarious fellow of many appetites, who not only acts and directs, but writes biographies and screenplays, and moonlights as a literary critic for a national newspaper.(16) They parted on bibulous , back-slapping terms.