plastered

adjective
plas·​tered | \ ˈpla-stərd \

Definition of plastered

slang
: drunk, intoxicated Move over, children. Go eat your mini eggs somewhere else as your auntie wants to get plastered.— Mel Ramsay … oh we were plastered, we barely knew what we were doing …— Dave Eggers College boys could get totally plastered, and the worst that would happen to them would be hangovers and missed morning classes.— Katha Pollitt

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Synonyms & Antonyms for plastered

Synonyms

besotted, blasted [slang], blind, blitzed [slang], blotto [slang], bombed, boozy, canned [slang], cockeyed, crocked, drunk, drunken, fried, gassed, hammered [slang], high, impaired, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, juiced [slang], lit, lit up, loaded [slang], looped, oiled [slang], pickled, pie-eyed, potted [slang], ripped [slang], sloshed [slang], smashed [slang], sottish, soused, sozzled, squiffed (or squiffy), stewed, stiff, stinking [slang], stoned, tanked [slang], tiddly [chiefly British], tight, tipsy, wasted [slang], wet, wiped out [slang]

Antonyms

sober, straight

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Examples of plastered in a Sentence

I got totally plastered at the party. I don't believe it: you're totally plastered at your own dinner party.

Recent Examples on the Web

One incident in 2014 left its walls painted blue and plastered with bizarre renegade art fly posters. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "Prada Makes an Unlikely Cameo on The Simpsons," 11 Jan. 2019 It’s estimated that Troom Troom, which currently boasts nearly 10 million subscribers and almost 3 billion total views of its surreal, pastel-plastered videos, pulls in between about $500,000 and $8 million each year. Rebecca Jennings, Vox, "YouTube is full of cringey, clickbait DIY channels. They’re even weirder than you think.," 12 Nov. 2018 The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. Houston Chronicle, "City pool opens for summer; extensive renovations complete," 26 May 2018 And on the walls of empty houses and all over the bus stop were plastered cards of remembrance for the recently dead. Henry Wismayer, WSJ, "Undiscovered Europe: A Vacation Like No Other," 23 May 2018

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First Known Use of plastered

1902, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of plastered was in 1902

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More Definitions for plastered

plastered

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of plastered

informal : very drunk

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