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pummeled

slang Very drunk. I was absolutely pummeled by the time I left the bar last night. His skin was sallow and his teeth turned brown from getting pummeled all day, every day.
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pummelled

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Collegiate.) Can you imagine getting pummeled on peppermint schnapps?
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Brian struck the dog on its back so hard with a pogo stick that the stick bent, while Jessica, armed with a golf club, also pummeled the creature.
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When Hurricanes Dennis, Floyd, and Irene pummeled North Carolina in the fall of 1999, they delivered a three-punch combination that for years to come may disturb coastal ecosystems there and disrupt fishing in the Atlantic Ocean.
The results of that work suggested that a huge number of asteroid or comet fragments had pummeled the moon's crust roughly 3.9 billion years ago.
Asteroids and comets have pummeled the inner solar system since its infancy, but most places haven't retained a good record of the bombardment.
Notes Jerry Jarrell, deputy director of the National Hurricane Center in Miami, it's also the first model "with some skill" at offering 3-day forecasts of a hurricane's intensity--or wind speeds--and the area to be pummeled by damaging winds (both depicted above).
Minutes after the Northridge earthquake rattled Los Angeles last January, atmospheric waves from the tremor pummeled Earth's ionosphere at the edge of space, satellite measurements reveal.
More than 7 weeks after Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 pummeled Jupiter, the bruises remain.