tweeked

tweeked

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mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Collegiate.) They’re not really bombed—just tweeked a little. Fred was too tweeked to stand up.
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The battle mechanics, which were a revelation all those years ago, have been tweeked by developers Rocksteady and the sheer scale of the game is astounding, with the playable map five times bigger than in Arkham Asylum.
The notification profile will be tweeked automatically based on the calendar even if the phone goes off.
8 NATHAN DYER His ball to Routledge for Swansea's first was the pass of the game and it was another lively display from the winger in Laudrup's tweeked formation.
Film has tweeked the salwar kameez for mass impact.
and tweeked and fiddled with my original recipes, but the basic procedure is still the same.
I would just sit in the stands (at meets) all tweeked out.
For example, currently, as the business community develops new financial instruments, which circumvent the rules, our rules-based accounting standards must be tweeked to avoid undesirable results.
Yeltsin insisted the men were resolving the issue and to prove the point tweeked his rival's nose in jest.
No apologies that this `mistake' referred to a race whose alleged sole contribution was suicide bombing, female repression and amputation or that the article had previously appeared in the Express -but had, that time,been tweeked by more politically correct sub-editors.
The front and rear suspension systems have been tweeked to achieve increased ride comfort, stability and responsiveness.