- sloshed ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ drunk.
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sloshed — [slɔʃt US sla:ʃt] adj [not before noun] informal drunk ▪ Most of them were too sloshed to notice … Dictionary of contemporary English
sloshed — [ slaʃt ] adjective INFORMAL very drunk … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
sloshed — || slÉ‘Êƒd / slÉ’ adj. intoxicated, drunk, tipsy (Slang) slÉ‘Êƒ /slÉ’Êƒ n. slush, half melted snow, watery mud; splashing sound v. walk through slush, splash through water or mud; spill or splash a liquid; agitate within a liquid … English contemporary dictionary
sloshed — [släsht] adj. Slang drunk … English World dictionary
sloshed — [[t]slɒ̱ʃt[/t]] ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ If someone is sloshed, they have drunk too much alcohol. [mainly BRIT, INFORMAL] Everyone else around them was getting sloshed. Syn: drunk … English dictionary
sloshed — drunk To slosh is to be a glutton but there is also the imagery of an over full container: ... her career of piss artistry, when she could still pretend she got sloshed out of not knowing about alcohol. (Amis, 1986) Usually as half… … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
sloshed — Completely drunk. I am going out this weekend and get well sloshed … Dictionary of american slang
sloshed — adjective (not before noun) informal drunk: He was already well sloshed when we got there … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
sloshed — adjective Date: circa 1946 slang drunk, intoxicated … New Collegiate Dictionary
sloshed — /slosht/, adj. Slang. drunk. [1945 50; SLOSH + ED2] * * * … Universalium