adjective bev·vied \ˈbe-vēd\
variants: or

bevvied up

Definition of bevvied

British, informal

  1. :  drunk, intoxicated He's pretty bevvied. His whisper is hard, an ah can smell the whisky oan his breath. — Irvine Welsh, Trainspotting, 1993 … they could go out on the town all weekend and get bevvied and their parents never knew. — Kate Muir, West Coast, 2008 … the crowd of more than 73,000 gathered to get bevvied up, put their money down and roar home their fancies … — Barry Glendenning, “Aintree”, The Observer (England), 10 Apr. 2011

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Origin and Etymology of bevvied

from past participle of 2bevvy

First Known Use: 1960

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