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Drunk.‘I drank a lot of wine and got sloshed’
intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlinView synonyms
- ‘The large sloshed fellow was a fullback from the football team.’
- ‘There are frogs and toads, and the slugs in the garden must be the luckiest in Stromness because they are tempted by jars of father's home-brew, which he uses to capture and kill them: sloshed slugs to the slaughter.’
- ‘The only thing that popped into his sloshed mind was how to get home.’
- ‘If parents stopped shoving cars and money in bulk at their sloshed sons, Navalkar wouldn't have anything to write about in his weekly columns.’
- ‘She had already fixed her hair and her makeup - thanks to Giselle's careful coaching, Em now knew several ways to apply the stuff to her face so that she didn't look like some sloshed transvestite.’
- ‘Salvation comes in the image of my sloshed friends.’
- ‘To make a long story short, Billie got ten different kinds of sloshed and I had to drag her half-naked, inebriated self off the table where she'd been stip-dancing for some jocks.’
- ‘Wyatt and Mack took full responsibility and hoped Emma wouldn't reprimand them too badly the next morning for getting her sloshed and allowing her to humiliate herself.’
- ‘‘For $500 a month, I'll kill anyone you want,’ the sloshed Algren burbles.’
- ‘Rolling his eyes, Riga pushed to a table and was just yanking a sprawled, senselessly sloshed man off the bench to clear them a spot when the music cut abruptly, the din of voices dying with it.’
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