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feel no pain

euphemism To be or feel drunk. Jonathan took me on a tour of the local pubs, and pretty soon I was feeling no pain.
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feel no pain

Be intoxicated, as in After six beers he was feeling no pain. This expression alludes to being oblivious to pain because of the consumption of a large amount of liquor. [Slang; mid-1900s]
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