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pissed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpissedpissed /pΙͺst/ adjective [not before noun] informal not polite πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 British EnglishDRUNK drunk πŸ”Š They rolled in pissed at three in the morning.pissed as a newt/pissed out of your head (=extremely drunk)2 ANNOY American English pissed off
Examples from the Corpus
pissedβ€’ Don't listen to him - he's pissed.β€’ Every time she goes to a party she gets pissed.β€’ Malcolm was pissed and agreed to pay for everyone's meal.β€’ I had got totally pissed and had to do a gig that night.β€’ I just see everyone pissed, or on the Valium, tryin' to get from one day to the next.β€’ It didn't help that most of the time I was pissed out of my brain.β€’ My first impression is that a few pissed roadies are raping a girl.
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