Adjective "blitzed" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/blɪtst/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Intoxicated by drink or drugs.
  1. 'Lots and lots of stout-hearted drunkards got blitzed on mead thousands of years before beer or grain alcohol appeared on the scene.'
  2. 'I do however go out and get blitzed far too often, and wake up the next day feeling rotten having spent a lot of money!'
  3. 'They can be blitzed with huge amounts of chemicals.'
  4. 'He'd gotten blitzed at Tacky's Tavern and came home at bar time smelling like a brewery.'
  5. 'I look pretty happy and at peace there, except I was actually completely blitzed on morphine and praying to go to sleep.'
  6. 'The conversations will last no more than five minutes, discussing Napoleon's short stature, and then everyone can, at long last, get blitzed on the merlot.'
  7. 'They appeared even redder than before and were totally blitzed.'
  8. 'The streets of our cities are awash with ne'er-do-wells blitzed on pints of binge.'
  9. 'I met quite a few girlfriends drunk at parties that I would have never attended without being blitzed.'
  10. 'They frowned on His Devilishness because he was easy-going, slothful, frequently blitzed out of his head, and interested only in pleasure.'

Definitions

1. drunk or stoned.

2. extremely tired.

More examples(as adjective)

"warehouses can be blitzed."

"streets can be blitzed."

"stations can be blitzed."

"sites can be blitzed."

"regions can be blitzed."

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