be out of (one's) face(redirected from be out of their faces)
be out of (one's) face
To be heavily intoxicated by drugs or alcohol, especially to the point of becoming unconscious, nonsensical, or out of control. I think someone might have spiked Jack's drink with some kind of drug because he's out of his face all of a sudden. Jane always gets really violent when she's out of her face like that. I had to take my brother away from the party because he was out of his face on LSD.
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