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Definition of trollied

trollied

adjective

  • extremely drunk, to the point where others may have to carry the afflicted party home.
    He's trollied.
    They are trollied.

    Last edited on Apr 12 2013. Submitted by Dave M. from UK on Nov 25 2004.

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