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Alcoholimia

blending and clipping; noun
The act of induced vomiting after an episode of heavy drinking. Often used among college students. The reason for this action can range from desire to avoid a hangover to fear of large amount of calories. The action is controlled and pre-planned unlike other alcohol-induced vomiting episodes that are more unpredictable and physiologically induced. “Alcoholimia” is a conscious mental decision.
 
“Man you were so drunk last night, how are you up so early doing a paper?” “Alcoholimia”
Etymology : Blend and clipping of "alcohol" and "bulimia"
Source : College student conversation, November 2011
Last modified: 4 December 2011