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binged

(ˈbɪndʒd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She sat there, binged out of her mind.
See also: binge
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The researchers, from the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol, said the binged rinking problem in teenagers appeared to be a particularly British phenomenon.
Young women who had been in at least one fight in the previous year, had smoked two or more cigarettes in a day in the last 30 days, had recently binged on alcohol or had not used condoms at last sex were more likely than others to have had multiple partners rather than to have had none (1.
High Binge School equals 1 if 50% or more of students binged in the previous two weeks, and Mid Binge School equals 1 if 36-50% of students binged.
Instead of using addictive substances, they binged and purged.
The investigators initially classified 3 percent as bulimic, based on binge eating more than once a week and frequent fasting, laxative use, or induced vomiting; 10 percent as "dieters at risk," behaving much like bulimics, but with slightly less bingeing; 29 percent as "intensive dieters" who often dieted and binged without purging; 44 percent as "casual dieters" who did not binge; and 14 percent as "nondieters.
Safer is seeking men and women who have binged at least twice a week for six or more months.
Obese patients with binge-eating disorder treated with topiramate in an open-label study binged significantly less often and lost weight, according to a study by Susan L.