chucked


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chucked

mod. alcohol intoxicated. I’m too chucked to drive.
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References in classic literature ?
Why, I know'd you at Gargery's when you was so small a wolf that I could have took your weazen betwixt this finger and thumb and chucked you away dead (as I'd thoughts o' doing, odd times, when I see you loitering amongst the pollards on a Sunday), and you hadn't found no uncles then.
Kind service cannot be chucked from hand to hand like a shuttlecock or stool-ball.
You'll say I might have chucked him aside and bolted out, there and then--it was dark already.
The taller of the two (he was in evening clothes under a light wide-open overcoat) with great presence of mind chucked her under the chin, giving me the view at the same time of a flash of white teeth in his dark, lean face.
He chucked it down into a corner and helped himself to a cup of tea.
He has fallen or been chucked from the top, and so been impaled.