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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
- adj. of a fruit, etc. that has had the juice extracted.
- adj. slang drunk
- adj. slang excited
- adj. bodybuilding : Of someone who is taking steroids.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of juice.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Slang Drunk; intoxicated; inebriated.
“Fresh seasonnal fruit, either sliced or juiced, is usually served first, with coffee, herb tea or Mexico's beloved hot chocolate accompanying the meal.”
“DENVER — Umpires are keeping a close eye on game balls at Coors Field after the San Francisco Giants expressed concern to the commissioner's office that the Colorado Rockies might be using "juiced" balls when they're batting.”
“There has been a lot in the sports press about ways the game was already "juiced" with harder bats and a constant focus on who will hit the most homeruns.”
“While sitting on our couch watching our "juiced" up players, we are likely to be subjected to ads for Viagra or Cialis.”
“But, you know, it has -- the one thing about the Internet is, this particular story, when you added it on to some remarks from Michelle Obama talking about something that seemed to imply that she had not been proud of her country until this moment, with her husband running, those two things have kind of juiced up the Internet again about Barack Obama and his patriotism.”
“The ease of use and the communicative nature of Web 2 is what keeps me "juiced"!”
“So there could be this intrinsic sense inside of him not out of guilt, but out of sort of matching the reality that he experiences every day of, like, Let ` s get this out, because I think, actually, the fact that he keeps coming back with the Judgeoj. com, with the "juiced," with all of his comments, it ` s like returning to the scene of the crime.”
“Bernie also makes the claim that LA is actually no safer now than during his tenure as chief and that the LAPD crime stats are "juiced" and not accurate.”
“In fact, I was kind of juiced that it was the Romulans who were helping the plot on Vulcan.”
“At the post he's like as not to act like a locoed broncho, an 'get one blamed for having' juiced 'him, but he don't need no dope; what he needs is steadying.”
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Euphemisms for drunkenness dating back to the 18th century.
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