slang To cause one to become drunk. Three pints aren't usually enough to sozzle me, but for some reason I'm starting to feel totally hammered already. I made sure to keep people's wine glasses filled, though I didn't want to sozzle anyone too much.
See also: sozzle
slang Very drunk. I'll come out and have a beer or two with you, but I don't want to get sozzled tonight—I've got to get up early for work tomorrow. We had three bottles of wine between us, so we were all pretty sozzled by the time we finished lunch.
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sozzledand sossled and sozzly (ˈsɑzlæd and ˈsɑzlæd and ˈsɑzli)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was so sozzly she didn’t even know her name, or my name, or anybody’s name.
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