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- adj. slang, rare, neologism Distracted by text messaging; said of someone driving poorly due to said distraction.
- Blend of intoxicated and text. (Wiktionary)
“Wheeling Police Sgt. Ron Didion is right: That is driving while "intexticated," and it is dangerous.”
“Didion said "intexticated" is how law enforcement officials increasingly describe drivers who send text messages from behind the wheel.”
“The dictionary's publisher, Britain's Oxford University Press, even seemed partial to techno-terms when choosing the top word from finalists that included "intexticated," which describes people distracted by texting while driving, and "sexting," sending sexually explicit material by cellphone.”
“The level of distraction is so high that the term "intexticated" is used to refer to drivers who text while on the road.”
“The United States has become a nation so "intexticated" that seven states now ban texting and driving, but Florida is not one of them.”
“Other technology related words that Oxford considered this year include hashtag, intexticated, netbook, paywall, and sexting.”
“And I think each and every one of those intexticated people should be stopped, pulled out of their cars, their vehicles should be impounded and they should be charged a HUGE fee to get them back.”
“WHEELING - A driver swerving in and out of a highway's marked lanes in the darkest hours of the morning may not be under the influence of alcohol - instead, Wheeling police Sgt. Ron Didion said, that driver may be "intexticated.”
“In technology, there was "hashtag", which is the hash sign added to a word or phrase that lets Twitter users search for tweets similarly taged; "intexticated" for when people are distracted by texting while driving, and "sexting", which is the sending of sexually explicit SMSes and pictures by cellphone.”
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