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glued

1. mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Shorty goes to great extremes to keep from getting glued.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. About three more beers and I’ll be glued.
See also: glue
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The jaws stopped working, the ears ceased wobbling, and though eyes remained glued on plates, each man listened greedily for the answer.
Michaelis, the ticket-of-leave apostle, smiled vaguely with his glued lips; his pasty moon face drooped under the weight of melancholy assent.
His lips seemed glued together for good; not a quiver passed over his heavy cheeks.
Lay a craft stick on each side of the opening next to the sticks already glued in place.
An assistant was distressed that some brand new refractometer prisms were ruined when they were glued together by the substance.
Make an apron from a rectangle of white paper glued to the front of the cup and a strip of white paper glued around the middle of the cup at the top of the rectangle.
The samples are glued with waterproof glue and two to PVAc glue and PU glue.
I left the glued pieces--stem and base--to dry overnight and started again the next day.
The unique formula provides built-in shock resistance that allows glued surfaces to "give" while holding tight.
Furthermore, each thin cylinder consists of concentric rings, like tree rings, of glass glued together by an organic material.
The original synthetic fields were totally glued down.
Once both coats have dried, carefully outline the edges of the door with your trim material (we glued on a gold border).
Although I have successfully glued pots back together that had broken into five parts, I don't recommend repairing pots with more than three pieces.
How easily the rocks break apart depends on what types of sediment the rocks contain, and how the grains are glued together.
The water quality of PVC supply pipes might be better if the joints weren't glued together.