stotious

stotious

(ˈstəʊʃəs)
adj
chiefly dialect Irish drunk; inebriated
[of obscure origin; perhaps from stot2]
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His boozing gets serious next week when he pushes himself on girlfriend Stella and gets stotious while working a shift behind the bar in the Tall Ship.
Marilyn relates that this fine original fitting was dented by student lawyers who got truly stotious at a dinner and threwall their bedroom furniture down the stairwell.
Bevvied, blootered, hammered, guttered, fleein', fou, steamin' stotious, paralytic, plaistered and just plain p*shed to name but a few.
One question that bothers me: at what stage does it stop being a bad thing if a child goes out, gets hammered, behaves badly and needs an Asbo, but become a good thing if a minister becomes stotious and doesn't require an Asbo?
'They get bevvied, blootered, hammered, guttered, fleein', fou, steamin', stotious, paralytic and plastered to name a few.