Drunken is rarely used to describe a person. It usually describes an action or event: ‘drunken driving’, ‘drunken laughter’, ‘a drunken brawl’, ‘a drunken orgy’, Drunken always comes before a noun. To describe a person, use drunk (NOT drunken): ‘I think he wanted to get us all drunk.’ ‘One of the students was always getting drunk.’ Drunk is not used before a noun.

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