Jingled - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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dated slang Drunk. Back in my day, it was fairly common to get jingled on martinis with your colleagues during your lunch break. I had no interest in seeing my mother getting jingled with her friends, so I took my little brother and headed out toward town.
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was a little jingled, but not worse than that.
References in classic literature
The cab rattled, jingled
, jolted; in fact, the last was quite extraordinary.
He paused and nodded to me familiarly, while his bells jingled.
The wine sparkled in his eyes and the bells jingled. My own fancy grew warm with the Medoc.
I hated the Spanish ponies that drew us, the cheeriest animals that ever jingled
a string of bells.
FESTIVE walkers jingled
their way through the city centre to raise money to keep the memory of a Tyneside teenager alive.