Definitions

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  • adjective UK, slang Drunk.
  • adjective Australia, New Zealand, slang Intoxicated (by drugs or alcohol).
  • adjective Australia, New Zealand, slang, by extension Damaged or unusable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It is now 'munted': a complete write off and unlivable.

    Eyewitness account of New Zealand earthquake

  • The use of words like "frangers", "mouth-breathers" and "munted" add so much colour, and then there's dialogue like this: "Mc as in McDonalds and Gahan as in if you can actually read it's written on my badge."

    Design of a Decade: The Greatest Hits of the '00s - Part II

  • Only the privileged will be able to get munted on aerosols and as usual, the lower classes get left behind.

    Fuel Prices Hit Teen Drug Users

  • Only the privileged will be able to get munted on aerosols and as usual, the lower classes get left behind.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Although unlike Skeezy Pete above I am not a fan of incest, having seen too many munted incest babies in my time, it wouldn't bother me in this case cos obvs these two can't produce a little mangled sproglet.

    a few things

  • Although unlike Skeezy Pete above I am not a fan of incest, having seen too many munted incest babies in my time, it wouldn't bother me in this case cos obvs these two can't produce a little mangled sproglet.

    a few things

  • Particularly when Ed mentioned how munted he got last night.

    Archive 2004-10-01

  • Particularly when Ed mentioned how munted he got last night.

    La dolce vita.

  • I think it also has something to do with the munted way I hold the pen.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • Mark concourse was munted by then his stated aim for Truck this year and even did a bit of crowd surfing, which was nice; and Nervous Test Pilot himself was grinning like a fiend and dripping all over his technology in quite an impressive way.

    Truck 2006, yes, already

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