snooted


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snooted

1. slang Treated haughtily, snobbishly, or condescendingly. I can't believe you were snooted for ordering red wine with chicken. Just who does that waiter think he is? I keep getting snooted when I ride my motorcycle with the local club because it isn't particularly powerful or stylish.
2. slang Drunk. Mom was pretty snooted by the end of the party, so I had to do all the cleaning by myself when the guests finally left. If you didn't spend every night getting snooted on wine, maybe you'd have the inclination to do something more with your life.
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snooted

(ˈsnudəd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. He got himself thoroughly snooted.
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