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lathered (up)

1. Totally covered in some liquid or foamy substance, such as soap suds or cream. Everyone in the bachelorette party was busy getting lathered up in fake tan ahead of the night out on the town. Make sure the kids are lathered in sun block before you let them go out on the beach.
2. slang Drunk. The flight attendant was fired for getting lathered in the middle of a flight. Tom kept buying us rounds of drinks, so we stayed pretty lathered up the whole night.
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lathered

(ˈlæðɚd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. The two brothers sat there and got lathered.
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Verdict: Price: pounds 1 for 250ml Available: Morrisons Cien shower cream with allantoin Although this was the cheapest product of the lot,it was the best performer.It lathered well and while it's billed as a shower cream,I'd say it's somewhere between a cream and a gel.Most impressively,it really does genuinely moisturise your skin.I felt no need for a separate skin cream after drying off and the scent is gorgeous.
Once I gained access to the shampoo, the liquid lathered easily and washed out with ease.
Cover the area with water and coat with a generous layer of lathered shaving cream--try a cream specifically for the bikini line.
I love butter on muffins, on crumpets, on peas, and I make homemade bread which is lathered with butter." Yummage.
for pounds 16.50): Smooth, nicely oily cream lathered up really well, softened bristles to perfection and left skin feeling moisturised and clean.
It lathered up well and left my face feeling very clean all day.
I did it slowly, lathered her up, wiped the soap from her eyes, rinsed it gently, letting the water trickle over her."