Definition of blazed
- to be high or wasted.
He was blazed when he came to class today.
- under the influence of marijuana; "stoned".
I got so blazed last night I couldn't even talk.
Citation from "Stone Dead", Raines (TV), Season 1 Episode 4 (2007) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: under the influence of marijuana.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'under the influence of marijuana':
|Definitions include: under the influence of marijuana; "stoned".|
|Definitions include: very high.|
|Definitions include: under the influence of marijuana.|
|Definitions include: extremely intoxicated, either by alcohol or marijuana.|
|Definitions include: Lit up refers to the man lighting up his lights on a squad car, he lit them up.|
|Definitions include: To be drunk or high.|
|Definitions include: very much under the influence of drugs or alcohol.|
|Definitions include: junk food.|
|Definitions include: under the influence of alcohol.|
|Definitions include: surprising, strange, freaky, weird, or amazing.|
|Definitions include: to have the hell knocked out of you.|
|Definitions include: highly intoxicated from marijuana or alcohol.|
|Definitions include: having smoked so much marijuana that a person is slow, dumb, or act like they are under the influence when they aren't.|
|Definitions include: adj. very high, generally from marijuana, sometimes said 'krunked up'.|
|Definitions include: extremely fun; exciting; wild.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'blaz':
|Definitions include: extremely attractive.|
|Definitions include: to ingest marijuana.|
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