get squiffy

get squiffy

To get drunk. Primarily heard in UK. We had all gotten more than a little squiffy by the time the evening was over. Looking forward to getting squiffy with some mates of mine this weekend.
See also: get, squiffy
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At first, her answer is to get squiffy and berate Cora for her "crime".
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We'll all get squiffy tonight then play blind man's buff in the hotel corridors - it's such good fun, most of the rest of the guests decide to stay awake all night too.