Examples of sozzled in a Sentence
He got sozzled at the party last night.
reportedly, the legendary actor John Barrymore was sozzled when he gave his most memorable performances
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But these kinds of remarks don’t do much for readers who might be more interested in a scene of Ray at that Atlanta boardinghouse, with its sozzled proprietor, than a description of the author discovering this information.
Three beautiful, sozzled men with flowers in their turbans walked with us for about half an hour, before our paths diverged.
Neither does his awkward incursion into the dismal marriage of his lover (Katharina Schüttler) and her sozzled husband.
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Origin and Etymology of sozzled
First Known Use: circa 1880See Words from the same year
Synonymsbesotted, blasted [slang], blind, blitzed [slang], blotto [slang], bombed, boozy, canned [slang], cockeyed, crocked, drunken, fried, gassed, hammered [slang], high, impaired, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, juiced [slang], lit, lit up, loaded [slang], looped, oiled [slang], pickled, pie-eyed, plastered, potted [slang], ripped [slang], sloshed [slang], smashed [slang], sottish, soused, drunk, squiffed (or squiffy), stewed, stiff, stinking [slang], stoned, tanked [slang], tiddly [chiefly British], tight, tipsy, wasted [slang], wet, wiped out [slang]
Related Wordsmaudlin; beery; befuddled, bleary-eyed, crapulous, dopey (also dopy), rocky, strung out, stupefied; debauched, dissipated, dissolute; alcoholic, bibulous, dipsomaniacal
Near Antonymsabstemious, abstinent, dry, temperate, teetotal; clearheaded, cool, level, steady
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