blitz (one) out
To surprise, unsettle, and confuse someone. The sudden, blaring alarm blitzed us out—nobody moved until our teacher yelled for us to evacuate the building. I had to sit down because hearing such terrible news really blitzed me out.
slang Intoxicated by drugs or alcohol. Do you remember last night at the pub at all? You were blitzed! The celebrity entered rehab after admitting to being blitzed out nearly every day.
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Sl. shocked or disoriented. Ann was totally blitzed out by the events of the day. They were totally blitzed out by the bad news.
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mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. I want to go out and get totally blitzed. I’ll show her who’s in charge!
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