mod. drunk.
Ted and Bill came home slaughtered and caught hell for it.
Garth went out and got himself slaughtered again last night.

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  • slaughtered — adj 1. butchered, cut to pieces, hewn, hacked, chopped to pieces, mutilated, torn limb from limb, dismembered, disemboweled; killed, murdered, slain, cut down, done to death, executed, put to death, put to the sword, destroyed, assassinated. 2.… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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