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1‘he was obviously drunk or drugged when he wrote it’
stupefied, insensible, befuddled
delirious, hallucinating, narcotized
anaesthetized, knocked out, comatose
informal stoned, high, doped, dopey, on a trip, tripping, spaced out, zonked, wasted, wrecked, high as a kite, off one's head, out of one's mind, flying, turned on, hyped up, freaked out, charged up
British informal loved-up
North American informal blitzed
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