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Definition of polluted

polluted

  • drunk. I believe this word has it's origins on the east coast in the USA. The word speaks to the fact that when you've had a lot of alcohol, you have "polluted" your system. It's sounds especially funny when you hear people say it with an east-coast accent.
    I got so polluted at that bar last night.

    Last edited on Sep 26 2002. Submitted by Steve S. from Fountain Valley, CA, USA on Sep 26 2002.

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