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Synonyms of Drunk

All these words are synonyms for drunk. Based on the alternate definition, guess the word.
Most of these words end in -ed
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First submittedJuly 24, 2013
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Alternate Definition
Word
Pounded a nail
Hammered
Thrown in the garbage
Trashed
Like food that is thrown out uneaten
Wasted
Removed snow from a street
Plowed
Angry
Pissed
Hit a hard, overhead shot in tennis
Smashed
Poisoned
Intoxicated
Flew close to the tower
Buzzed
Coated walls with a gypsum compound,
rather than drywall
Plastered
Alternate Definition
Word
Destroyed in a car accident
Wrecked
Likely to topple over
Tipsy
Illuminated
Lit
Like close-fitting clothing
Tight
Like dice that are rigged
Loaded
Bombed England during WWII
Blitzed
Torn
Ripped
Deliberately lost a sports match
Tanked
72 Comments
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Level 71
Aug 10, 2013
Plowed...? oO That's not what it means to me...
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Level 58
Dec 26, 2016
Yeah...had sex with...
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Level 73
Sep 20, 2017
some people say 'smash' for that too, things have multiple meanings, especially when dealing with slang
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Level 33
Aug 10, 2013
What about 'Bladdered'
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Level 77
Aug 10, 2013
First thing I thought of was "bombed"; couldn't believe it wasn't listed!
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Level 60
Aug 10, 2013
no sloshed? also i always thought of ripped as being super high
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Level 76
Dec 30, 2018
When I saw ripped, all I could think of was Beefcake, for a moment.
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Level 36
Aug 11, 2013
I never heard the words plowed or besotted ever being used by anyone to describe drunkedness.
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Level 44
Aug 11, 2013
I've never heard of drunkedness to define drunkenness. :)
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Level 36
Aug 13, 2013
Touche. By the way it's Tim Daly not Tim Daley and it's Farrah Forke not Farah Forke....Just trying to help you with your "wings main characters" quiz.
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Level 70
Sep 20, 2017
+1...... the biter bit!
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Level 86
Aug 12, 2013
How about: "having excrement on eyes, nose and mouth." ____-_____
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Level 57
Aug 13, 2013
I'd argue that noone says ripped to mean drunk, but I might just be living under a rock. How about steaming?
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Level 74
Oct 31, 2015
I can personally attest to the fact that people in Northern Canada at least say "ripped".
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Level 73
Aug 19, 2019
I've heard it for both drunk and high, I feel like it more common for high but it's still used for drunk in some contexts.
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Level 60
Aug 13, 2013
I didn't do as well as I hoped. I think I'm going to get snow blowered.
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Level 89
Jul 22, 2018
I think that could mean a type of illegal intoxication.
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Level 23
Aug 13, 2013
Have you guys never heard of 'mortal'?
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
I have, never of ripped (besides refering to bodybuilding etc) or plowed. Not tight either btw, must be a new thing (and somehow I can imagine it more for being used for drugs)
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Level 77
Feb 14, 2014
There are so many possibilities, this quiz should add some more
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Level 84
Jun 1, 2014
Could you accept totaled for destroyed in a car accident?
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Level 73
Aug 19, 2019
I tried that first too. I took me a minute to remember that in the U.S. if you say "I've been in a wreck" it means a car crash.
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
Yes please, I tried so many variation of totalled, I didn't get why it wasn't accepted. (including total loss)
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Level 24
Aug 31, 2015
Can be any word - Michael McIntire: Live and Laughing...
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Level 51
Dec 29, 2015
car parked...
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Level 85
Dec 8, 2015
I've never heard of lit before.
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Level 69
Aug 13, 2019
I’ve only ever heard “lit” as a synonym for stoned/high (on marijuana, in particular) – never for drunk. These days, though, lit seems to just be a general term of positive regard for an exciting social situation, e.g. “This party is really lit!”
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Level 16
Feb 9, 2016
Never heard anyone say they were pissed when they meant drunk
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Level 22
Jun 9, 2016
Yeah, but sober people say pissed when referring to another drunk.
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Level 62
Feb 22, 2017
I believe it's an Australian thing. For instance, Jim Jefferies always uses "pissed" for drunk. I think many of these terms are quite regional
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Level 70
Sep 20, 2017
Common in UK, Australia and New Zealand.
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Level 67
Aug 19, 2019
Irish people say it all the time. It's probably their most common slang word for "drunk."
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Level 84
Aug 19, 2019
Have you ever seen the movie "So I married and axe murderer?"
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
I think it is the most used word besides saying drunk ( that I have heard)
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Level 66
Sep 29, 2023
Very common, but Pissed doesn't mean angry in these countries! There's pissed off, but pissed relates to urine obviously.
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Level 51
Dec 30, 2016
In Scotland we have hundreds of our own synonyms, none which are in this quiz. I only got 4.
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
Could you share a few? very curious? to bad I can't subscribe to a comment, I am very interested
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Level 75
Jun 15, 2022
- Oot yer tree

- Pished (pron. like 'peshed')

- Arse-faced

- Rat-arsed

(Pretty much any combination of "___-arsed" or "arse-___ed TBH)

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Level 52
Dec 30, 2016
Sozzled?
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Level 70
Sep 20, 2017
I agree, but what could you give for a clue?
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Level 67
Aug 19, 2019
What Snoop Dogg would have done if he were a cobbler.
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Level 26
Apr 23, 2017
sloshed
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Level 82
Sep 20, 2017
I've never been any of these things.
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Level 89
Jul 22, 2018
I'd be pissed.
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Level 66
Apr 9, 2018
blasted

blotto

bombed

destroyed

inebriated

juiced

loopy

lubricated

obliterated

sauced

schnockered

tipsy

toasted

totalled

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Level 75
Jun 1, 2018
Sounds like you're having a good evening
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Level 82
Jun 13, 2018
Eskimos have 50 words for snow, we have 50 words for getting wasted haha.
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Level 63
Jun 13, 2018
never once heard the term "tight" used to describe inebriation... is that British or something?
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Level 66
Jun 13, 2018
I was just about to post the same thing. Where is that one used?
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Level 45
Apr 7, 2019
Yeah think it’s a UK and Ireland thing, I’m a Brit and I’ve heard that over here... more often from the older generation though :)
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Level 75
Jun 15, 2022
I'm a Brit and I've only ever seen it in crosswords.
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Level 38
Nov 5, 2018
Schmacked, done, cocked
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Level 76
Dec 30, 2018
Little bit later in the evening: cocked and coated... or just skunked or souped all over the place.
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Level 45
Apr 7, 2019
And my own Northeast England fave one: blaked XD
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Level 74
Aug 12, 2019
So if this quiz has been updated, does that mean there are new ways of getting drunk now?
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Level 86
Aug 13, 2019
This is one field in which humanity will never cease to innovate.
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Level 80
Aug 14, 2019
Other possibly worthy synonyms that could be included in the quiz (from Australia): blind, cut, sloshed.
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Level 75
Aug 16, 2019
The most pompous and euphemistic way of drunken is "Tired and Emotional" . Thanks BBC.
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Level 67
Aug 19, 2019
There's no way to clue it, but I have always been partial to "schnockered."
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Level 65
Aug 19, 2019
steaming is also one you hear a lot in the midlands
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Level 58
Aug 19, 2019
when you get tanked but not wasted...
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Level 55
Aug 19, 2019
in the uk you just put "ed" on the end of any word and it means drunk, e.g.

lets get absolutely steamrollered

he was completely clocked

last night i was so racketed i slept with your dad

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Level 51
Aug 19, 2019
In the wonderful movie "Auntie Mame" with Rosalind Russell (made in 1958), when she invites the Upsons to her home and serves a flaming cocktail, she asks, "Is everyone lit?"

So, it's been around for quite a while as a synonym for inebriation.

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Level 73
Aug 19, 2019
Polluted should work for poisoned.
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Level 52
Aug 19, 2019
Should take 'throwed' for the last question....
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Level 70
Aug 20, 2019
Let's make up some new ones. :) (and think about it a little bit, not something that would sooner be used for other stuff and not total mad things like doorbelled...)

How about, washed (but too serious imo), maybe tsunamied?, wallpapered as opposed to plastered :D, spritzed, sunk, ghouled (wanted to type ghosted but that is already a thing nowadays, not that it stop any of the other terms.. and spirited is too directly related to spirits), phased.

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Level 59
Aug 24, 2019
I could find no definition of where "tanked" meant to DELIBERATELY lose a game. For me the meaning is "to fail in a big way."
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Level 58
Feb 15, 2020
what about inebriated? or sloshed
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Level 48
Oct 16, 2020
leathered is a pretty common one (in Britain anyway)
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Level 56
Aug 26, 2021
how is intoxicated the same as poisoned?
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Level 56
Mar 25, 2023
I only got 14 but that earned me 5 points because of the percentage. Wished that worked for me in other quizzes. I have heard of all these terms but just couldn’t think of the ones I missed in time.
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Level 56
Nov 24, 2023
Why do we have so many different words to describe drunkenness? Blasted, smashed, destroyed, blacked (as in blacked out), whacked-out, under the influence, annihilated, boozed