dozened

adjective
do·​zened | \ ˈdōzᵊnd, ˈdäz-\

Definition of dozened

chiefly Scottish
: stupefied dozened with drink— R. L. Stevenson

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History and Etymology for dozened

Middle English (Scots) dosnyt, dosinnit, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse dūsa to doze

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