blocked


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blocked

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Man, he is really blocked. Don’t let him drive.
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References in classic literature ?
They blocked the way; they seized him, and though he fell, groveling upon his knees before them, begging for his life, they bound him and hurled him to the floor of the inner temple.
Joe blocked, and backed, and slid around the ring, avoiding blows and living somehow through the whirlwind onslaughts.
But Joe blocked the two, ducked a third, stepped to the side to avoid a fourth, and was then driven backward into a corner by a hurricane of blows.
But Joe covered up, blocked, and fell into a clinch.
He blocked the sidewalk, and compelled speech with her.
Critics claim blocking programs prevent access to sites that should not be blocked and fail to block many sites that should be restricted.
When investigators enter the blocking code on a particular line, the end result actually may be to reactivate caller ID on a line where it previously had been blocked.
He is treated the same as a head-up defender, since he will fast flow to the ball--making him unable to be blocked by a playside lineman.