slewed


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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.
See also: slew
References in classic literature ?
The forecastle gun was immediately loaded and slewed round.
The boys crowded about us, clamored around us, and slewed their donkeys exactly across our path, no matter which way we turned.