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putrid

slang Extremely intoxicated, especially to the point of being incoherent and smelling very strongly of alcohol. The poor guy was putrid, and as soon as he saw me he started blubbering on about how much he missed me. There are better ways to spend your evenings than being propped up at the bar getting putrid with your friends.
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putrid

mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also rotten.) That guy is stinking drunk. Putrid, in fact.
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In 1856 he called Douglas a "northern traitor," while Buchanan he denominated "a bloated mass of political putridity" (154).
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