puggled

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puggled

slang Exhausted or fatigued. Primarily heard in South Africa. I can't even get up the stairs anymore without getting puggled.

puggled

1. mod. exhausted; bewildered. I have had a long day, and I’m really puggled.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. When he started pouring his drink down his collar, I knew he was puggled.
References in periodicals archive ?
Attractive: Stoater (Glasgow), buff (London), tidy (Wales) Cold: Nesh (South West and the North), taters (East Anglia), clemmed (Sheffield) Left handed: Molly-duckered (Scotland), gammy (Cumbria), keggy (East Midlands) Exhausted: Jiggered (Lancashire), puggled (Scotland), lampered (Cornwall
They include puggled, meaning exhausted, and stramash -a disturbance.
Frick has already expressed fears his teammates could be puggled by the time the game kicks off tonight after being given the runaround by Spain, who controlled a staggering 85 per cent of possession during their 4-0 stroll.