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soggy

dated slang Drunk. My uncles always gets very sentimental and weepy whenever he starts getting soggy. We had so much wine between us that everyone was a bit soggy by the time we finished lunch.

soggy

(ˈsɑgi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. They weren’t sopping wet, just soggy.
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When it was suggested London 2012 had become the "soggy Olympics", Mr Cameron launched an impassioned defence of what had been achieved, including delivering the park on time and on budget.
Can I just point out that not all fish and chips are soggy or greasy.
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