puggled

puggled

1. mod. exhausted; bewildered. I have had a long day, and I’m really puggled.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. When he started pouring his drink down his collar, I knew he was puggled.
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They include puggled, meaning exhausted, and stramash -a disturbance.
Attractive: Stoater (Glasgow), buff (London), tidy (Wales) Cold: Nesh (South West and the North), taters (East Anglia), clemmed (Sheffield) Left handed: Molly-duckered (Scotland), gammy (Cumbria), keggy (East Midlands) Exhausted: Jiggered (Lancashire), puggled (Scotland), lampered (Cornwall
Frick has already expressed fears his teammates could be puggled by the time the game kicks off tonight after being given the runaround by Spain, who controlled a staggering 85 per cent of possession during their 4-0 stroll.
The only reason your personal wee orgy didn't come off was because you were too puggled.