overserved

overserve

To give more alcohol to a person who is already very drunk. Table 14 is a bunch of college kids who just turned 21, so I'm sure they're looking to booze all night, but try not to overserve them, OK? You're giving him more beer? Don't you think he's been overserved as it is?

overserved

Given too many alcoholic drinks; very or overly drunk. You're giving him more beer? Don't you think he's a bit overserved as it is? As a bouncer, my job was to throw overserved dopes out and keep troublemakers from getting in.

overserved

mod. having to do with a drunken person in a bar; alcohol intoxicated. (Euphemistic.) The overserved guy there in the corner is going to be sick.
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Immesberger's parents alleged in their filing that their son had a "habitual problem" with alcohol, which was known to the restaurant's staff, and he had been overserved.
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I will pass on some events and forgo certain holiday obligations because I know people are overserved. I won't participate in anything outside my comfort zone.
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The defense argued that such policies existed and denied Grom was overserved, Creedy said.
I then use these numbers to determine whether the market is underserved, overserved or near equilibrium.
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However, even under the current law, there are thousands of people incarcerated in state and Federal prisons who should be released; they actually are innocent or have overserved their sentences.