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looped

slang Severely intoxicated with drugs or alcohol. We all got pretty looped at the staff party, so no one was feeling particularly productive in the office the next day. Jenny must have taken something at the party, because she looks totally looped.

loopy

slang Feeling or showing the effects of taking drugs or alcohol. I only had a couple glasses of wine with my lunch, but I was a bit loopy by the time we left the restaurant. Is it just me, or is Jenny acting a bit loopy? I think she might have taken something at the party. I hate how loopy pain medication makes me, so I try to avoid it.

looped

and loopy
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She got loopy very quickly and had to be helped to a chair.

loopy

verb
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Istook and his friends have put forward, and each version has gotten longer and loopier. The Istook amendment would allow forced worship for American school children, encourage religious bigotry and mandate taxation for religion.
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The pair's grizzled charm carries the film through its loopier moments.
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But the film feels like 15% too much as it is, with each of the strands coming in slightly longer and loopier than necessary.
The paintings were messier, loopier, louder, and less well behaved.
Apart from Shelley of course, who is turning loopier than ever this week.
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Brown (1938-1990), a Beat-era youthquaker with a Look-magazine mention and an Artforum cover to her credit by age twenty-five, had evolved by the early '70s into a cool, funny, contrarian painter (included in Marcia Tucker's epochal "'Bad' Painting" show at the New Museum in 1978), even as she was veering into the loopier byways of the post-Beatles, Eastern-spiritualist zeitgeist.
"In a way, we're all hobbling around, aren't we?" Kemp concludes for the audience's benefit before passing on to one or another of his loopier activities: in this case, playing "Camptown Races" on the accordion.