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screeching (drunk)

Sl. intoxicated; very drunk. How can anybody be so screeching drunk on four beers? She's not just drunk; she's screeching.
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screeching (drunk)

mod. alcohol intoxicated; very drunk. How can anybody be so screeching drunk on four beers?
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screeching

verb
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Spectacular palm bursts, spiders, whizzers, screechers, brocades and splitting comets - and much more - will fire up the night over Coney Island, with a 5-judge panel and the public evaluating the presentations and selecting a winner.
I note Halloween is on a Sunday this year so not only are we going to be frightened by Wagner and the other over-made-up screechers on The X Factor, we are also going to be disturbed by a procession of masked money-seekers simply holding their hands out and hoping that will be good enough to get a pound.
I suffered through the antics of the Watch, a camped up Dogberry and his merry men trudging through Shakespeare's moments of supposed comic "relief", to be rewarded with the only scenes when the production really came alive for me - when the masks are put away, the screechers fall silent and Beatrice and her Benedick (Joseph Millson whose performance shines out) come to terms with this funny little thing called love.
Talk radio is still wildly popular--and still dominated by right-wing screechers.
Now model Helena Christensen has joined the screechers, telling the world she had a terrible time as she had her 8lb baby boy.
Your chosen loft should also be able to offer advice on options for spinnakers, asymmetricals (MPS and Gennakers), Code Zeroes and screechers, and their intended usage, with similar options as for your working sails as in material and cut.
I suffered through the antics of the Watch, a camped up Dogberry and his merry men trudging through Shakespeare's moments of supposed comic "relief", to be rewarded with the only scenes when the production really came alive for me ( when the masks are put away, the screechers fall silent and Beatrice and her Benedick (Joseph Millson whose performance shines out) come to terms with this funny little thing called love.
GRUNT expectations always reach a peak when queen of the screechers Michelle Larcher De Brito, 16, loosens her tonsils - and one spread betting firm's sonic division believe she will threaten her loudest shriek at Wimbledon.
Meanwhile, Karen - fast rivalling the Slater screechers for the soaps' most annoying bint - gets more than she bargained for taking on Eileen.