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  • So, for those who might get "shickered after one shandy," we have provided here a "best of" route with additional side options for hardier imbibers.

    City Walk: Sydney

  • This bloke I know came rolling home shickered as he could be

    Shickered As He Could Be

  • If I was travelling I'd work in rest days, because an hour on a plane meant a day of being utterly shickered.

    Public Address

  • That second bit might not sound like the most riveting entertainment experience but, believe it or not, watching half a dozen B-grade British celebrities get slowly shickered as plate upon plate of outlandish meals is piled before them and they try to describe the experience in their own words is classic, thesaurus-less, comedy gold.

    The Age News Headlines

  • “The judgement’s writ clear on the wall,” he shouted, “for them as aren’t too shickered to read it.

    Died in the Wool

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  • "Ted was the old girl's favourite. Rose often saw her patting and stroking him when she was half shickered. Ted didn't seem to care what she did at all."
    Cloudstreet by Tim Winton, p 142 of the Graywolf Press hardcover edition

    March 31, 2010