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Drunk

Discussion in The No Count Section started by Bella, Mar 25, 2012

  1. Nov 14, 2010
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    [Alternate Words for "Drunk"]
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    befuddled
    1. to confuse, as with glib statements or arguments.
    2. to make muddled or stupidly drunk.

    bent
    1. curved; crooked: a bent back.
    2. determined; set; resolved: bent on succeeding.
    3. Chiefly Brit. a. corrupt.

    besotted
    1. to stupefy with drink.
    2. to make stupid or foolish, esp. with infatuation.

    blacked-out
    1. To lose consciousness or memory temporarily: blacked out at the podium.

    blasted
    1. blighted; ruined.
    2. damned; confounded.
    3. Slang. drunk.

    blind
    1. not characterized or determined by reason or control:

    blind chance.
    1 not based on reason or intelligence; absolute and unquestioning: blind faith.
    2. lacking all consciousness or awareness: a blind stupor.
    3. drunk.

    blitzed
    1. to attack, defeat, or destroy with or as if with a blitz.

    blotto Slang
    1. very drunk.

    boiled-as-an-owl Slang
    1. drunk.

    bombed Slang
    1. completely intoxicated or drugged; stoned.

    buttered

    canned
    1. Slang. drunk.

    clobbered
    1. to batter severely; strike heavily.
    2. to defeat decisively; drub; trounce.
    3. to denounce or criticize vigorously.

    cockeyed Slang.
    1 .off center; tilted or slanted to one side
    2. foolish; absurd.
    3. intoxicated; drunk.

    crapulous
    1. drunk

    crocked Slang
    1. drunk.

    cut Slang.
    1. drunk.

    destroyed
    1. to reduce (a thing) to useless fragments or a useless form, as by smashing or burning; injure beyond repair; demolish
    2. to put an end to; extinguish.
    3. to kill; slay.
    4. to render ineffective or useless; neutralize; invalidate.
    5. to defeat completely.

    dipso Slang
    1. a dipsomaniac; habitual drunk.

    drunk
    1. being in a temporary state in which one's physical and mental faculties are impaired by an excess of alcoholic drink; intoxicated.
    2. overcome or dominated by a strong feeling or emotion: drunk with passion.
    3. pertaining to or caused by intoxication or intoxicated persons.

    drunk-as-a-lord

    euphoric
    1. a strong feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being, feeling-no-pain, flying
    2. without being fastened to a yard, stay, or the like: a sail set flying.

    fried
    2. Slang.
    a. drunk; inebriated.
    b. intoxicated from drugs; high.

    giddy
    1. affected with vertigo; dizzy.
    2. attended with or causing dizziness: a giddy climb.
    3. frivolous and lighthearted; impulsive; flighty.

    groggy
    1. staggering, as from exhaustion or blows.
    2. dazed and weakened, as from lack of sleep.
    3. Archaic. drunk; intoxicated.

    hammered
    1. To beat into a shape with or as if with a hammer: hammered out the dents in the fender; hammered out a contract acceptable to both sides.
    2. To put together, fasten, or seal, particularly with nails, by hammering.
    3. To force upon by constant repetition: hammered the information into the students' heads.
    a. intr. 1. To deal repeated blows with or as if with a hammer; pummel: " Wind hammered at us violently in gusts " Thor Heyerdahl
    4. To undergo beating in the manner of a hammer: My pulse hammered.

    high
    1. intoxicated or euphoric under the influence of alcohol or narcotics.

    hooched-up

    hung-one-on
    1 Slang.
    a. to become extremely drunk.

    inebriated
    1. to make drunk; intoxicate.
    2. to exhilarate, confuse, or stupefy mentally or emotionally.

    in-one's-cups
    1. in one's cups intoxicated; drunk.

    intoxicated
    1. to affect temporarily with diminished physical and mental control by means of alcoholic liquor, a drug, or another substance, esp. to excite or stupefy with liquor.
    2. to make enthusiastic; elate strongly; exhilarate.
    3. Pathol. to poison.

    juiced Slang
    1. intoxicated; drunk.

    legless
    1. Australian slang for intoxicated, drunk.

    liquored-up
    1. Informal. to furnish or ply with liquor to drink
    2. Informal. to drink large quantities of liquor

    loaded
    1. (of a word, statement, or argument) charged with emotions or associations that prevent rational or unprejudiced communication.
    2. Slang.
    a. having a great deal of money; rich
    b. under the influence of alcohol or drugs; intoxicated.

    looped
    1. Slang.
    a. drunk; inebriated.
    b. eccentric; loopy.

    mellow
    1. pleasantly intoxicated.

    obliterated
    1. to remove or destroy all traces of.
    2. to blot out or render indecipherable; efface.

    obliviated
    1. the state of being completely forgotten.
    2. the state of forgetting or of being oblivious: the oblivion of sleep. out-of-it, passed-out, pass out to faint.

    pickled
    1. Slang. drunk; intoxicated.

    pie-eyed Slang.
    1. drunk; intoxicated.

    pissed Slang (vulgar);
    1.angry or annoyed;
    2.drunk; intoxicated.

    plastered Slang.
    1. drunk

    plowed
    1. plow under.
    a. to bury under soil by plowing.
    b. to force out of existence; overwhelm. Also, esp. ;Brit. plough.

    plotzed Slang
    1. drunk; intoxicated.
    2. exhausted; worn-out.

    polluted
    1. made unclean or impure; contaminated; tainted.
    2. Slang. drunk.

    pot-valiant
    1. brave only as a result of being drunk.

    ripped Slang
    1. drunk; intoxicated.
    2. under the influence of an illicit drug.

    roaring
    1. very: roaring drunk.

    sauced Slang
    1. intoxicated; drunk.

    shickered
    1. Chiefly Australian Slang. intoxicated; drunk.
    [1910-15; < Yiddish shiker (< Heb shikkor drunk, a drunkard) + - ED 2]

    shit-faced Obscene
    1. Intoxicated; drunk.

    slopped-up
    1. to spill liquid upon.
    2. to feed slop to (pigs or other livestock).
    3. to walk or go through mud, slush, or water.
    4. to be unduly effusive; gush (usu. fol. by over).

    sloshed
    1. Slang. drunk.

    smashed
    1. Slang. drunk.

    snockered

    sodden
    1. bloated, as the face.
    2. torpid or listless.

    soused Slang
    1 drunk; intoxicated.

    sozzled Slang
    1. drunk; inebriated.

    spaced spaced'-out' adj. Slang
    1. dazed or stupefied by narcotic drugs.
    2. dreamily or eerily out of touch with reality; disoriented, forgetful, or dazed.

    stewed
    1. Slang. intoxicated; drunk.

    stiff
    1. Slang.
    a. a dead body; corpse.
    b. a formal or priggish person.
    c. a poor tipper; tightwad.
    d. a drunk.

    stinking
    1. foul-smelling.
    2. Slang. very drunk; plastered.
    3. contemptible; disgusting.

    stinko Slang.
    1. drunk.
    2. wretched.

    stoned
    1. drunk.
    2. intoxicated or dazed from drugs; high.

    swacked

    tanked Slang
    1. Often, <tanked' up'. drunk.

    tied-one-on
    1. < tie one on Slang. to get drunk.

    three-sheets-to-the-wind or three sheets in the wind Informal
    1. Intoxicated; drunk. [Middle English shete from Old English sc&para;at(line) sheet (line) from sc&para;ata corner of a sail;

    tight
    1. Slang. drunk; tipsy.

    tipsy
    1. slightly intoxicated.
    2. caused by intoxication: a tipsy lurch.
    3. unsteady; tippy.

    toasted
    1. a person, event, etc., honored with raised glasses before dinking.
    2. an act or instance of thus drinking: to drink a toast to the queen.

    tweaked
    1. to pinch and pull with a jerk and twist: to tweak someone's ear.
    2. to pull or pinch the nose of, esp. gently.

    twisted
    1. to cause to become mentally or emotionally distorted;

    under-the-influence
    1. Intoxicated, especially with alcohol.

    under-the-table
    1. Into a completely intoxicated state: drank themselves under the table.

    under-the-weather
    1. <under the weather.
    a. not feeling well; somewhat ill.
    b. drunk.

    wasted
    1. useless; unavailing: wasted efforts.
    2. physically debilitated; enfeebled: the wasted bodies of the hostages.
    3. Slang. overcome by the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    wiped-out Slang.
    1. completely exhausted.
    2. intoxicated; high.

    woozy
    1. stupidly confused; muddled.
    2. physically unsettled, as with dizziness, faintness, or slight nausea.
    3. drunken.

    wrecked
    1. a person of ruined health; someone in bad shape physically or mentally.

    zoned
    1. zone out Slang. to become inattentive or dazed.

    zonked
    1. stupefied from or as if from alcohol or drugs; high.
    2. exhausted or asleep.

    [PLAGUEFEST CONTRIBUTED]
    Shwasted
    Shmammered
    Trollied
    Off your face
    Beer Goggled
  2. Jan 8, 2012
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    Forgot Shwasted, and shmammered Smashed/Wasted Smashed/Hammered

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  3. Jun 10, 2011
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    We use a lot of those over here, mostly "pissed" and "shit-faced" but usually 'pissed' is followed by something, like "pissed as a parrot" or "pissed as a fart"

    The list is also missing "trollied" and "off your face"! :razz:
  4. Sep 30, 2011
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    Schwasted;
    Shitty Wasted
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    • Nov 14, 2010
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      Added the ones you guys listed. :wink:
      Fun stuff!
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      • Nov 29, 2010
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        Beer Goggled
      • Oct 29, 2010
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        Term only used when with a female companion of physical intimacy. . .