What is an old fashioned word for drunk?
Our favourites in the Independent office include ‘symbelwlonc’ – one of the earliest recorded words for ‘drunk’ in Old English – as well as ‘splifficated’ (1906), ‘whiffled’ (1927), ‘pot-shotten’ (1629), ‘fox-drunk’ (1592) and ‘in one’s cups’ (1611).
What is the British term for drunk?
Pissed / Pished
Strictly speaking, “pissed” (or “pished” in Scotland) is a swear word and you shouldn’t use it in a formal, professional or school context. However it is probably the most commonly used word in the UK to describe being drunk.
What’s a slang word for drunk?
out of it (slang) plastered (slang) drunken. Drunken yobs smashed shop windows. blitzed (slang)
How many ways can you say drunk?
These include “hammered,” “plastered,” “sloshed,” “smashed,” “wasted” and “legless,” because people often find it difficult to walk when they’ve had too much to drink. Here are some other expressions that are related to drinking alcohol. To be “tipsy” means that you’re feeling a little bit drunk – but not too much!
Are you drunk synonyms?
How do you say drunk politely?
Ways of saying someone is drunk – Intermediate
- Pissed / sloshed.
- Tanked up.
- Drunk as a skunk.
- Wrecked / hammered.
- Out for the count.
What is the British slang for girl?
This is British slang for a girl or a woman. “Mug” is more specifically London slang and is associated with the cockney accent.
What is a slang word for alcoholic?
toper. A toper is “a hard drinker or chronic drunkard.”