off (one's) face

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off (one's) face

Very intoxicated from drugs or alcohol. You were really off your face last night! How do you feel this morning? A: "Do you remember anything you said to me at the party?" "B: "Not at all—I was off my face that night."
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off your face

very drunk or under the influence of illegal drugs. informal
1998 Times Magazine I've been accused of being off my face many times but you just go, by osmosis, with the people that you're with.
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However, despite this risk, only a fifth of women (21 per cent) always secure their hair off their face before getting behind the wheel.
But with 57 per cent of women confessing to taking their hands off the wheel to rearrange their hair or push it off their face, it does leave then temporarily out of control of their car.
However, despite this risk, only a fifth of women (21%) always secure their hair off their face before getting behind the wheel.
Put them over the knee, paddle their fannies, tell them to wipe that smirk off their face and to speak up only when they've learned something about the world.
But despite this risk, only a fifth of women secure their hair off their face before driving.
It's a recipe for them to switch from Class C to Class A drugs, and get smashed off their faces to forget.
In Untitled, 1993, three huge plaster busts huddle together in a corner around a pile of brown ears, blue eyes, and black noses that have presumably fallen off their faces.
IF there are people stupid enough to hurl life-saving equipment into the sea for the fun of it, the rest of us need to wipe the smirk off their faces by helping catch them.
Offering people the chance to get off their faces is downright irresponsible and dangerous.