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blotto(ed)

To be extremely drunk, especially to the point of losing consciousness. I think you should call a cab for Tony—he's looking pretty blotto. It seems like my brother's only goal during college is to go out and get blottoed as often as possible.

blotto

(ˈblɑdo)
1. n. strong liquor. Let’s go get a little of that blotto.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated; dead drunk. Let’s get some smash and get blotto.
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He is currently writing the third in his Blotto series.
The multicolored blotto papers from the first lesson were given to students along with oil pastels and scissors.
His character, Joe, an East Village junkie on the prowl for his next fix of heroin, is so blotto from mainlining he can barely utter "pass the needle," let alone poke the women hankering to get into his pants.
If someone wants to get blotto or commit suicide, then they'll manage to get around the law or the rationing.
Or this sentence, which distinguishes between fray and affray: "The affray at Blotto Junction could have followed a much bloodier scenario had Ziggie Spurthrast not appeared in her leopard-skin getup and shot down a row of whiskey bottles .
Some examples and when they entered the language: inebriated (1609), loaded (1886), blotto (1917), smashed (1959), and wasted (1984).
They advised their crime-fighting assistant of this, but he kept insisting the trucker was blasted, blotto, and besotted.
Presentations, Q&A by Pfizer's Director of SOA and Enterprise Integration Kiran Dattani and EMC Consulting's Managing Partner Christopher Blotto
Coren said: "This year, Xander and I are not just getting blotto at Christmas, we're looking into why we're getting blotto at Christmas, and how best to do it.
BLOTTO teenagers everywhere owe a debt to 1920s America, according to a new study of how the era influenced the language we use today.
an equally nebulous task I might add, unless comedy clubs have suddenly become a regular haunt for 13 to 14-year-olds blotto on Fanta Grape.
The officer placed him in protective custody, because he was allegedly blotto.
Where Dave and George got jolly well blotto at the Bullingdon Club, while making the sort of chummy contacts that set them up for life.
The event will include classics such as Blotto, The Chimp and Busy Bodies and is on Saturday, April 17, from 7.
Like playing darts at Bobby Pattinson's Talk of the Tyne where he collected a nice fee, but got blotto and lost the lot to a local star Doug Brydon in a North Shields pub.