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have (got) a skinful

slang To get drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You really had a skinful!
See also: have, skinful

skinful

slang Enough alcohol to make someone drunk. While my dad still enjoys beer and wine, he never drinks a skinful, saying he doesn't wanted be drunk ever again. I think Tom's had more than a skinful—he's positively ossified!

have a skinful

tv. [for someone] to contain too much alcohol; to be alcohol intoxicated. (see also skinful. Have got can replace have.) Pete had a skinful and just sat there quietly.
See also: have, skinful

skinful

n. an intoxicating quantity of liquor; enough liquor. (see also have a skinful.) She knows enough to stop drinking before she gets a skinful.