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shicker

(ˈʃɪkɚ)
1. and schicker and schickered (ˈʃɪkɚd) mod. alcohol intoxicated. (From Hebrew shiqor via Yiddish.) It took her about ten minutes to get schicker and three days to get sober.
2. n. liquor; beer. Fill it up with shicker again.
3. in. to tipple; to become alcohol intoxicated. I’m gonna go out and shicker till I’m silly.

schicker

verb
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