half-blind


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half-blind

slang Drunk, mildly drunk, or nearly drunk. Sorry I didn't call you last night—I had some wine, got half-blind, and fell asleep.
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half-blind

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Four cans of beer and she was half-blind.
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