maggotty

maggot(t)y

mod. alcohol intoxicated; very drunk. (A play on rotten.) Rotten, hell. They were absolutely maggotty!
References in classic literature ?
Maggotty, my dear Ribby: he is a Pie himself, he will certainly understand.
The patty-pan was under the pump, where Dr Maggotty had considerately left it.
It spends the first two years of its life developing underground as a sort of maggotty mush and, as a result, doesn't have a clue how to use its legs or which way is up.
Phillip Paulwell, the Minister of Science, Technology, Energy & Mining (STEM), will be present in St Elizabeth on Wednesday morning to accomplish the formal commissioning of the new Jamaica Public Service (JPS) Maggotty hydroelectric power facility.
The company has revealed that the establishment of its new Maggotty Hydroelectric Power Plant has facilitated creation of jobs for as many as 200 people at numerous phases of the construction.
The stagnant water seeps down my back and a strange maggotty thing attaches itself to my hand.