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Definition of slaughtered


  • very drunk.
    I got really slaughtered last night.

    Last edited on Nov 09 1999. Submitted by A.Gordon from Kent, UK on Nov 09 1999.


  • The final stage of inebriation, before unconsciousness.
    That guy was so slaughtered last night, I thought he was going to pass out.

    Last edited on Apr 30 2004. Submitted by S.H. R. from Canada on Apr 30 2004.

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