Hangover and Withdrawal


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Hangover noun – Something that has survived from the past.
Withdrawal and hangover are semantically related. in result of heavy drinking topic. In some cases you can use "Withdrawal" instead a noun "Hangover".
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Withdrawal noun – An act of moving away especially from something difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable.
Hangover and withdrawal are semantically related. Sometimes you can replace term "Hangover" with "Withdrawal", this nouns are similar.
Nearby Words: withdraw, withdrawing, withdrawable
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instant instant hangover instant withdrawal
mild mild hangover mild withdrawal
painful painful hangover painful withdrawal
nasty nasty hangover nasty withdrawal
Other adjectives: severe, massive, serious, horrible, combined, imperial, worst, recent, ensuing.

Both words in one sentence

  • In fictionland, this tends to result in, at worst, hangover-like withdrawal and possibly a grudging admission that the medication helped, and at best, the pills having been only a Magic Feather and it was all in their heads.
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Withdrawal and Hangover. (2016). Retrieved 2019, October 19, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/hangover/withdrawal
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