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snozzle-wobbles

1. slang An acute attack of delirium resulting from withdrawal or abstinence from alcohol after excessive, prolonged use, especially in the case of alcoholism; known medically as delirium tremens (the "DTs"). I need a drink really badly, I'm getting the snozzle-wobbles like crazy. Some of the people who come to these meetings have the snozzle-wobbles so bad that they can barely sit in their chairs.
2. slang The effects of an especially bad hangover. You're going to get some awful snozzle-wobbles if you keep drinking that cheap vodka.

snozzle-wobbles

(ˈsnɑzlæˈwɑblæz)
n. a hangover; the delirium tremens. Freddy had the snozzle-wobbles this morning. He has no idea what caused it.
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"Mate, slap some Factor 50 on your snozzle," came the horrified cry of a passer-by.
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