sozzled

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adjective soz·zled \ˈsä-zəld\

Examples of sozzled in a Sentence

  1. He got sozzled at the party last night.

  2. reportedly, the legendary actor John Barrymore was sozzled when he gave his most memorable performances

Origin and Etymology of sozzled

sozzle to splash, intoxicate, alteration of sossle, probably frequentative of British dialect soss to mess


First Known Use: circa 1880


SOZZLED Defined for English Language Learners

sozzled

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adjective soz·zled \ˈsä-zəld\

Definition of sozzled for English Language Learners

  • : very drunk


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