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Most risk and protective factors for alcohol use have roots in early childhood.
Men and women tend to use these words differently to describe how they feel when intoxicated. Unsurprisingly, men are more likely to use harder-hitting words like “hammered” while women were found to more often use words like “tipsy.”
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- An imitative word; an onomatopoetic word.