Browsing page 26 of words meaning alcohol (related to) (270 words total)
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Full definitions of all the slang words listed above:
- sadistic; "messed up".
Citation from "Doubt", Wilfred (US TV), Season 1 Episode 11 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Last edited on Oct 25 2011. Submitted by Jamie Vlahos from St Anthony, MN, USA
on Nov 14 1997.
She had only two drinks and got twisted off of that.
Last edited on May 06 2002. Submitted by M J. from Washington, DC 20019, USA
on May 06 2002.
- under the influence of drugs.
Damn, I'm twisted.
Last edited on Nov 08 2005. Submitted by gustavo f. from Los Angeles, CA, USA
on Nov 08 2005.
- simultaneously under the influence of alcohol and marijuana.
Last edited on Sep 16 2010. Submitted by Lurking Grue from University of South Carolina: General Information, 901 Sumter St # 207, Columbia, SC 29201, USA
on Sep 16 2010.
- stupid or strange.
She is wacked! How could she not know that?
Last edited on Aug 21 2013. Submitted by Rissie from PA, USA
on May 12 1998.
- Crazy, of questionable mental faculties. Sometimes accompanied by the "wiggidy wiggidy."
Man... that chick be wiggidy wiggidy wacked!
Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Grant F. from Calgary, AB, Canada
on Dec 21 1998.
- adj. Extremely intoxicated.
He was so wacked last night.
Last edited on Mar 01 2000. Submitted by Chuck C. from Harleysville, PA, USA
on Mar 01 2000.
- Drunk 2.Person in question has used drugs.
He's so wacked!
Last edited on Aug 07 2002. Submitted by Hezzy from UK
on Aug 07 2002.
- extremely drunk.
I was wasted last night.
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Last edited on Sep 27 2011. Submitted by JB Chambers from New York, NY, USA
on Sep 14 1997.
- very much under the influence of drugs.
Everybody was wasted last night so nobody remembers what happened.
Last edited on Sep 27 2011. Submitted by Sharon J. from Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA
on Dec 01 2005.
- too tired to proceed.
I'm wasted, man.
- See more words with the same meaning: tired.
Last edited on Jun 10 2009. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jun 10 2009.
- killed, struck, or just generally experienced something negative.
Dude, you just got seriously waxed.
Last edited on Feb 16 2014. Submitted by John
on Jan 10 1999.
- extremely hung-over.
Last edited on Jan 17 2002. Submitted by Woogie from OH, USA
on Jan 17 2002.
- very drunk.
Man, were you waxed last night!
Last edited on Feb 16 2014. Submitted by Dale M. from Toronto, ON, Canada
on Mar 31 2002.
- very good, excellent; "cool".
Those Nike shoes are wet!
Last edited on Apr 13 2013. Submitted by Brett Albright from New York, NY, USA
on Jan 27 1998.
- sexually excited. Etymology: refers (literally) to a woman's state of sexual excitement.
I'm going to get really wet tonight.
Last edited on Apr 13 2013. Submitted by Chris D. from Kinston, NC, USA
on Nov 19 1998.
- permitting the sale of alcohol.
Last edited on Nov 19 1998. Submitted by Chris D. from Kinston, NC, USA
on Nov 19 1998.
- excited. Etymology: refers to a woman's state of sexual excitement.
Calm down! Don't get wet.
Last edited on Jan 22 1999. Submitted by Audrey M. from UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
on Jan 22 1999.
Man, my nigga's wet!
- See more words with the same meaning: to die.
Last edited on Nov 18 1999. Submitted by Kevin from Blue Springs, MO, USA
on Nov 18 1999.
I was so wet last night.
Last edited on Jul 29 2002. Submitted by Teri J. from Leeds, AL, USA
on Jul 29 2002.
- unnecessarily effeminate, naive, uncool, ignorant or emotionally transparent.
He's wetter than a fish.
Last edited on Aug 15 2002. Submitted by Mike from UK
on Aug 15 2002.
- under the influence of PCP.
Last edited on Jun 05 2008. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jun 05 2008.
noun - uncountable
verb - transitive