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crumped out

1. slang Drunk or intoxicated. Do you remember last night at the pub at all? You were crumped out!
2. slang Dead. Janie hasn't noticed yet, but her fish is definitely crumped out.
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crumped out

Sl. intoxicated. She was too crumped out to drive herself home. Are you crumped out again?
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crumped (out)

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was too crumped out to drive herself home.
2. mod. dead. Our old dog crumped out at age fourteen.
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crumped

verb
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During treatment, Robert received part of his chemotherapy at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, where the Crump family were housed by CLIC, which enabled the family to stay together, free of charge in self-catering accommodation, very close to the hospital.
BEST FOOT FORWARD: Little Robert Crump shows his football skills; STAR IN THEIR EYES: City players Richard Shaw and Patrick Suffo with children, back row, Daniel Bird and Ellen Crump, both nine, and front row Molly Bird, Robert Crump, both aged three and five-year-old Stephen Crump