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whiffled

slang Drunk. We've got a witness, but he was whiffled at the time of the incident, so his testimony is going to be hard to use in court. We spent every day on the beach getting whiffled on local beer.
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whiffled

(ˈʍɪflæd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Jed found himself a mite whiffled, but nobody else knew.
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