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potted

mod. drunk. He’s not sleepy! He’s totally potted!
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said Fred, to the servant who brought in coffee and buttered toast; while he walked round the table surveying the ham, potted beef, and other cold remnants, with an air of silent rejection, and polite forbearance from signs of disgust.
There is nothing very complex or stimulating about the passion of war, when men kill one another unseen; where you feel the sting in your heart which comes from God knows where, and you crumple up, with never a chance to have a go at the chap who has potted you from the trenches, or behind a rock, a thousand yards off.
Nearly all the plants experimentised on by Gartner were potted, and apparently were kept in a chamber in his house.
A single potted tree might symbolize a forest, and houses and caverns, with a great deal else, might be left to the imagination of the audience.
In the streets of the city she noted for the first time the architecture of hurry, and heard the language of hurry on the mouths of its inhabitants--clipped words, formless sentences, potted expressions of approval or disgust.
He was waiting at his window, and I could have potted him at my ease where he stood against the light listening hard enough but not seeing a thing.
The Potted Fish Company offers a high quality range of fresh seafood products delivered daily from the wilds of the Devonshire coast.
The resulting 3D map of the root's structure stretching to the outer limits of the pot shows, for the first time, exactly how restricted potted plants are.
However, a small pup of this species will not be able to suck up much water when it is first potted, especially if it has few or no roots.