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obliterated

slang Extremely drunk. They kept feeding me shots of tequila on my birthday, so I was completely obliterated by the end of the night.
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obliterated

mod. drunk. Fred was obliterated and couldn’t walk to his car, let alone drive it.
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The lumen is obliterated in one of the following two ways:
Pasic's expertise in anatomy and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery makes him an excellent candidate to lead the discussion of the systematic approach to the obliterated cul-de-sac and excision of rectovaginal endometriosis.
Our disobedience and ingratitude have obliterated the stamp of His approval and pleasure.
The documents chart discussions as to what should be said, and how not to alarm the public in case they thought Auntie had been "obliterated".
"The canvassing, which was a great aspect of our program, is now obliterated" explains founder and program director Anne Rolfes, "because the homes the canvassers used to knock on are obliterated." The organization, which works mostly in St.
Whitewashed Adobe's six chapters are largely dedicated to tracing how these men "appropriated, absorbed, and occasionally obliterated" (7) Mexican history and spaces in carrying out their vision for Los Angeles.
In the Pleistocene period, most of the earlier soil in the northern part was obliterated by advancing and retrenching glaciers, leaving a complex stratigraphy.
"Every grocery store in New Orleans is obliterated. Things aren't open, and [the city] doesn't work the way it used to."
Its charter states, "Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it."
Street signs are gone in some areas, landmarks obliterated, mailboxes are blown away and houses are unrecognizable if they still even stand.
Puny and defenseless, they're almost obliterated by the technological maelstrom that surrounds them.
Considering the disruptive power of the Other--and the sheer terror of being obliterated by it--some of these responses seem pretty reasonable.
Elephant Prince does not recount the commonest version of Ganesh's origin, in which Parvati creates a child from earth and her husband Shiva is so surprised by the stranger he cuts the boy's head off; instead, Elephant Prince draws upon a classic Indian text entitled "Brahma Vaivarta Purana" to present a version in which Parvati wishes for a child and to her delight has her wish granted, yet tragedy strikes when the god Shani (Saturn) accidentally destroys the child's head, for whatever powerful Shani gazes upon is instantly obliterated. The merciful god Vishnu brings the boy back to life with the aid of a wise old elephant, who chooses to sacrifice himself so that the child may be restored.
In 2705 Mars, womanologist Kendar looks back three centuries to doomed heroine Sara, a Martian archeologist, who tried to shut down a machine that ultimately obliterated the female population.
streets are being narrowed or obliterated, and the city's once-grand open spaces are increasingly interrupted by concrete barriers, chain-link fences, bollards, and armed guards.