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blind

1. adjective, slang Very drunk. I was almost blind as I made my way home after so many shots of tequila at the bar. We sat around getting blind drunk on wine and whiskey.
2. verb, slang To drive extremely fast. Primarily heard in UK. He stormed out of the building, got into his car, and blinded along the road at a dangerous speed.
3. verb, slang To utter a string of expletives. Used especially in the phrase "effing and blinding." Primarily heard in UK. I heard him effing and blinding after dropping his cup of coffee on the floor.

blinded

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really blinded!
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blind

verb

blind(ed)

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. I guess she was blinded. She couldn’t stand up.
See also: blind
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