September 25, 2010 by staff 

Temulent, Kathy Martinsville, W.Va., recently stumbled upon a new word for it. Word abstemious, and this applies to the moderate use of food and beverages. It requires self-control, and later spread to the habits and lifestyles, which vary in the table. Comes from Latin, where the AB-meaning “from” and temetum means alcoholic beverages.

The only word I’ve found that contains the same root temulent, now rarely used. This meant a drunk or drugged. seventeenth century, were changes temulently, temulentness, temulentious and temulentive.

Go vinolent word associated with drinking wine. Charles Wheelwright Aristophanes transfer line such as “trend … Vinolent of Athenian women.” Happy Hour “Agora”, the common people!

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