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swizzle

slang Primarily heard in UK.
1. noun, slang A con or swindle; a fraudulent deception. If a deal sounds too good to be true, it's probably a swizzle, mate.
2. verb, slang To con, swindle, or cheat (someone). I'm pretty sure the repairman was swizzling me, but what was I going to do—tell him not to fix the boiler?

swizzled

slang
1. Drunk. I'll come with you for a beer or two, but I have no interest in getting swizzled tonight.
2. Cheated, swindled, or duped. Primarily heard in UK. Poor Tommy's always getting swizzled whenever he tries to sell his wares at the market. I felt a little swizzled by the overpriced drinks, but other than that, we had a lovely evening.
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swizzled

(ˈswɪzlæd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Fred went out and got himself swizzled.
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