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intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlinView synonyms
- ‘I wish I could appear that bladdered in public without being arrested!’
- ‘The idea of getting bladdered didn't appeal very much.’
- ‘Having got completely bladdered by midnight we all headed back to the cinema to watch the film.’
- ‘But I live over 30 miles away and their idea of a good time is going to the local bars and getting bladdered.’
- ‘I can only console myself with the thought that all my diving mates were equally bladdered and therefore unlikely to recall my antics.’
- ‘Since most of the buyers had been given lots of free booze, they were too bladdered to be bothered.’
- ‘It's always the same when he gets drunk, but he must have been really bladdered to trash his business.’
- ‘Try it next time you're bladdered, I think you'll find it's true.’
- ‘Around about now I start to feel very boring and restricted and in real need of going out and getting bladdered.’
- ‘When they get bladdered it is on Cristal champagne, not stout.’
- ‘Advice along the lines of, ‘Get 'em all bladdered at lunch time and they'll never notice’ has already been voted down as being impractical.’
- ‘It's a really good atmosphere and when anyone does get really bladdered the staff won't give them any more drink.’
- ‘It takes on a sinister undertone in the incapable vocals of a bladdered bunch of footy fans.’
- ‘That week was my birthday and, even though I had a wee cold, I got utterly bladdered and smoked far too many cheap fags.’
- ‘People don't seem to realise that if they go out and get bladdered the night before, the chances are they will still be over the limit in the morning.’
- ‘I wish I had gone out and got bladdered instead of having a quiet night in with my family.’
- ‘For about 12 quid, one can join this boat and get pretty well bladdered as the price includes as much beer as you can drink.’
- ‘It was weird being the only sober one amongst the completely bladdered players.’
- ‘Local pubs charge people to use their toilet facilities, but the canals remain free for the bladdered who've lost their inhibitions.’
- ‘After a night out with the boys, he returns home bladdered.’
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