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commode-hugging drunk

slang Intoxicated to the point of vomiting. (A commode is a toilet, which one may "hug" while vomiting into it.) I found Henry sleeping on the bathroom floor, so he must have been commode-hugging drunk last night.
See also: drunk

commode-hugging drunk

Sl. heavily alcohol intoxicated; drunk and vomiting. Willie got commode-hugging drunk in the space of two hours.
See also: drunk

commode-hugging drunk

mod. heavily alcohol intoxicated; drunk and vomiting. I could tell by the sounds coming from the bathroom that Ernie had come home commode-hugging drunk again.
See also: drunk
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Based on the space available around the commode, two general approaches defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) were possible: side or diagonal.
So Andy set about creating a special portable, battery-powered bidet and commode system with a remote control function suitable for most disabled people including the blind.
"I weigh 185 pounds, and instead of going to the basement to get a step ladder, I let down the commode seat and the commode lid and step upon it and unscrew the light shade with a screwdriver.
Christine Armstrong, who was registered manager for Lake View when Mrs Sims was being looked after there from January to March last year, admitted that leaving her on the commode was wrong.
I had put up with that bloody commode for long enough.
Jillian Hall was admitted to the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford on Christmas Day last year, but five days later she suffered a heart attack and fell off the commode next to her bed.
The next obstacle we had to overcome was the position of the commode (a.k.a toilet).
It also cleans commode chairs, shower chairs, walkers, carts, window screens, etc.
In the store, Gossett's favorite piece is an 18th-century commode, a French chest that has all of its original hardware.
(She claimed to have once owned the Balls' Chippendale commode chair.) Along with the rest of Charleston, Ball already knew her by reputation.
Manufacturers PVC standard and custom linen carts, hampers, commode chairs, shower chairs, shower beds, freedom walkers and a wide variety of supply and distribution carts.
He then adds that his wife has been pestering him to build a more suitable toilet than just a seat on a bucket and agrees to rebuild my transmission if I build him a nice commode for the bathroom.
Described as a "soaring metal commode flooded with an invisible tide of heaving black brown yellow flesh," it is a twenty-first-century version of Dante's Hell, a world of human betrayal where "hooded boys [men?] moved lethargic, dreamlike" as they prey upon each other.
Greendale recommends that patients with frequent nighttime urination consider placing a portable commode next to their bed because "the shorter the distance between them and the commode, the less likely they are to fall."
And some insist on packaging them with rugs that snuggle around the commode or wrap over the toilet seat lid.