teed


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teed (off)

Exceptionally annoyed, angry, or frustrated. There's no use getting teed off about something that's out of your control! I was so teed by the end of the presentation that I had to just leave the conference room before I shouted at someone.
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teed (up)

Sl. intoxicated. She was totally teed up by midnight. Tom was too teed to drive.
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teed

verb
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