toxicated

toxicated

1. slang Intoxicated from drugs or alcohol. Sometimes spelled with an apostrophe. You can't just try to numb the pain by getting toxicated on pills and booze every single night. We spent the whole vacation getting 'toxicated by the pool. We had a great time, but it's all kind of a blur!
2. slang Harmed by toxic or deleterious substances. You keep getting toxicated with fried processed foods, and then you wonder why you have so many health problems! I was worried I'd end up toxicated from all the fumes I was inhaling in the factory.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

toxicated

and toxy (ˈtɑksəkedəd and ˈtɑksi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. The boss showed up totally toxicated after lunch and shocked the secretaries.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
See also:
References in periodicals archive ?
Assessment of the changes in some diagnostic parameters in male albino rats (Rattus norveg/cus) toxicated with thiodicarb insecticide.
Ganoderma lucidum speeds up metabolism of both medicine and toxic substances in liver, leading to curing of toxicated hepatitis.
All patients of case group used to drink fluoride toxicated water (12-15 ppm) either since birth or since 1978.
I interviewed her for the lease of The Rum Diaries, the movie in which she toxicated Johnny.
However, in Tehran people with overdose and/or in toxicated and those with burn injuries are referred to special centers.
"When it's destroyed, however, it releases high levels of highly toxic poison from the cancer into the body so the patient has to be given drinks before the electronics is given, to stop them being toxicated," he said.
So, human population is at high risk by consuming these toxicated fishes.
When he asked me if I wanted to become poverished I checked his breath to see if he was toxicated. He then became chalant and chievous, which nerved me and prompted me to ask him to continue.