Definition of alky in English:

alky

(also alkie)

noun

informal
  • An alcoholic.

    • ‘I lived my childhood and teens constantly terrified that someone would find out that my mother was barking mad and an alkie to boot.’
    • ‘A lot of people say it is just the junkies and alkies, but it isn't, there's a lot of people my age involved.’
    • ‘It's the additional bottle of schnapps for the alky who should be drying out.’
    • ‘Aiming to be the most comprehensive source of vodka information on the Net, iVodka.com is the site for the erudite alkie.’
    • ‘They give it Russian labels; but alkies just don't care’
    • ‘The sergeant advised letting it go because it was ‘just the alkies and the druggies fighting.’’
    • ‘Then he decided he was too young to be an alkie, this wasn't alcoholism, this was making himself feel better.’
    drinker, heavy drinker, problem drinker, drunk, drunkard, alcoholic, dipsomaniac, alcohol-abuser, alcohol addict, person with a drink problem
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Pronunciation

alky

/ˈælki//ˈalkē/