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be in (one's) altitudes

obsolete To be inebriated. That gentleman becomes most uncivil when he is in his altitudes.
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in the altitudes

Intoxicated, with the connotation of being "high" (overly cheerful, unable to focus) as well. A: "Don't mind him, he's just in the altitudes." B: "Seriously? How is he drunk already?" Once I get in the altitudes, I usually can't stop giggling!
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None of the participants had slept at high altitude (>2500m) during the last six months prior to the study, and none was taking any medication during the study.
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Objective: To determine the effect of high altitude on Erectile function in otherwise healthy individuals and associated socio demographic factors.
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