- adj. UK, slang Extremely drunk.
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“Now Padraig Rory Conner Murphy O'Shea was a bit rat-arsed this evening himself and was amenable to sharing the tale that to this day he had never told before.”
“Then I went over to the kitchen, tracked down a bottle of cooking sherry, threw down a big drink, which went straight into the hole in the roof of my mouth and into my brain, making me instantly rat-arsed, and I sat down at the table.”
“He also meditates on the long menu of Irish terms for drunkenness: "spannered, rat-arsed, cabbaged, and hammered; ruined, legless, scorched, and blottoed; or simply trolleyed or sloshed.”
“How will the maverick Norman Lamb's "pint police", "beer bobbies" and "spirits serjeants" distinguish between people who happen to be drunk - rat-arsed or otherwise - for different reasons and have different causes for being in hospital that are more or less their fault.”
“Libdemologists, it's certainly your last chance to get rat-arsed in Lib Dem Liverpool.”
“I just felt I deserved to put my feet up, let my hair down and get completely rat-arsed.”
“Then you get rat-arsed and let loose at the deer or at other deer-hunters, as takes your fancy.”
“Having squeezed the name of the broker-above-Boots from the rat-arsed Rosenstein, he had then seduced the broker with a tale about how he himself was going to start making a market in water shares.”
“Then we all went out to the pub, of course, and got a bit rat-arsed (drunk).”
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Slang words for people who are drunk
Adjectives meaning, or approximating to 'drunk'
From the February 2010 Harper's, which says, "From a 'blacklist' file included with the latest edition of Crossword Compiler, a British computer program for designing various word puzzles. The file...
Mostly but not limited to slang and some cockney guffy wibble
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