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slewed

and slewy and slued and sloughed (up) (slud and ˈslui and slud...)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Wallace is too slewed to drive.
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slued

verb
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One mother attempts to stop an "euill Christian" from raping her daughter; both are gruesomely punished: "the Spaniarde drawing his dagger or rapier, cutte off her hande, and slue the young girle with slashes of his weapon: because shee woulde not consent to his appetite.
And bicause some one called him by his name, Cinna: the people thinking that he had bene that Cinna, who in an oration he made had spoken very evill of Caesar, they falling upon him in their rage, slue him outright in the market place.
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63) Hooker recounts how one of Captain Pelham's men "incountered with two lustie Kernes, the one of them he slue, and the other he compelled to carrie his fellows head with him to the campe: which when he had doone, his head also was cut off and laid by his fellowes.