snockered

snockered

slang Extremely drunk. We drank nearly three bottles of wine, so we were all good and snockered by the end of lunch. I'll come with you for a beer or two, but I don't want to get snockered tonight.
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When they ingest more alcohol and become really snockered, they tend to slow way down--but still run into random objects in the fish tank.
I have a special way with words when I've had a snort or two, most politely described as "incautious." This evening, I was well and truly snockered. The place, the time, and the sophistication of my accuser demanded something memorable in response.
On a typical Friday night, a student poets' club gathered at a corner table, got snockered, bold, and loud, and yelled at the late-shift girls streaming in from the Dr.
Several plot twists later, she finds herself the kept sex toy of the fabulously wealthy Diana (Anna Chancellor), who, among other things, likes to display Nan naked at parties for her snockered lesbian friends.
Oh, yeah, like the Italians were famed for their emotional restraint before the new law went into effect, but now, they're legally free to insult the flag, blaspheme, get snockered in public, curse the deceased, make obscene gestures toward elected officials, seduce virgins and...
He gets royally snockered and relives his grand experience of Spain.