blootered

blootered

(ˈbluːtəd)
adj
intoxicated; drunk
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A blootered 21-year-old heid-the-ball went in front of the beaks for stumbling on to the park and hopelessly attempting to boot Kylian Mbappe.
My boy Allan has also been on the phone and he's blootered because all the Rangers fans in Australia have been buying him drinks all night.
MORE than 80 words and terms including blootered, amazeballs and mummy porn have been added to an online dictionary.
Of course the reply was yes, as I assumed they'd be seeking my tuppence worth on the teenage thugs and yobs who get blootered and chuck bottles in the park next to my house.
Throughout the afternoon we wallowed in a kind of genial, blootered reverie as we drank bountiful toasts to Shankly and Scottish culture.
It was probably the remains of some blootered binge drinker that the chef had picked up in Soho.
I'd no idea who they were as I've never seen the reality TV show from Newcastle where hot young things share a house, get blootered a lot and fire into each other.
Eventually get through to missing pal and try appropriate blame and I've met to missing pal and try appropriate blame and co-ordinate meeting point while blootered.
But Labour MP Steve McCabe said: "I have not seen convincing evidence problem drinkers or young people who go out and get blootered and into trouble are particularly sensitive to price.
An airline source said: "He was completely blootered.
If you go for the fourth refill, why man, ye'll be blootered and listen when I'm telling ye.