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slew

1. in. to drink to intoxication. They must have been slewing for an hour before one got up and left.
2. and slews n. a lot; lots. I have a whole slew of old computer programs at home in a box somewhere.

slews

verb
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slewed

and slewy and slued and sloughed (up) (slud and ˈslui and slud...)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Wallace is too slewed to drive.
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Richard Cresswell teed up Slew inside the penalty area and the 19-year-old lashed home his third goal in six appearances.
Slew broke cleanly in the Preakness two weeks later, battled Cormorant through a brisk first mile in 1:344/5 -- the fastest ever in the race -- and eventually scored a 11/2-length victory in 1:542/5, one of the swiftest Preaknesses ever.
Seattle Slew will figure significantly on both sides of major pedigrees for years to come, and his legacy may become markedly greater yet.
I'm sure Seattle Slew is looking down from horse heaven and saying, 'Good luck, Smarty.
Vindication (pictured), the son of Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, is thought to have a strain in his left foreleg.
The 26-year-old Seattle Slew won the 1977 Kentucky Derby and went on to sweep the Triple Crown.
ARCADIA - War Chant, considered one of the West's top 3-year-old colts, tuned up for next month's Santa Anita Derby with a half-length victory over Archer City Slew in Saturday's Grade II San Rafael Stakes.
Gary Boulanger rode his 2,000th career winner Friday, guiding long shot Precious Slew to a half-length victory in the seventh race at Monmouth Park.
4 Gigahertz (GHz) bandwidth and 6000 volts per microsecond (V/us) slew rate and the EL5165, a 600 MHz bandwidth amplifier with 4000 V/us slew rate.
The Elantec(R) EL510X family includes the EL5106, a 350 Megahertz (MHz) bandwidth, 4000 volts per microsecond (V/us) slew rate device; and the EL5108 a 450 MHz bandwidth, 6000 V/us slew rate amplifier.
Our new EL830X family of triple rail-to-rail amplifiers is an exceptional value for today's display and video applications which require high bandwidth and slew rate performance coupled with very low power consumption.