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jingled

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.
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whips and jingles

Withdrawal from alcohol or drugs. The whips and jingles can be agonizing. Hope you never have to experience them.
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jingle

1. n. a buzz or tingle from alcohol. This stuff gives me a little jingle, but that’s all.
2. n. a drinking bout. The guys planned a big jingle for Friday.
3. n. a call on the telephone. (see also buzz.) Give me a jingle when you get into town.

jingled

mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was a little jingled, but not worse than that.
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Situated on Twizzel Lane, a quiet country lane in the village of West Pelton, the business has been in the present client's ownership for the past 10 years, and he has worked at the Jingling Gate for 21 years.
In 1882, Mark Twain wrote of an annoying "jingling rhyme" that became indelibly lodged in his mind until he passed the curse along to another victim.
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The Institute is dedicated to expanding Japanese-Welsh understanding, said Jingling Hu, responsible for leading the Japan Day project.