from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
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- adj. Coated with plaster
- adj. drunk, intoxicated
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- adj. very drunk
- adj. (of walls) covered with a coat of plaster
- adj. (of hair) made smooth by applying a sticky or glossy substance
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He was, I think, particularly bothered at having the term plastered on the front cover next to his picture -- something I had no notice of, nor control over.
That was all I needed: my name plastered in the paper.
Not only is McDonald's Japan a place for great health food, its also a great place to take a nap when you are plastered from a late nights work wrestling with your boss.
McGuine frowned, but Leak still had that constant, infuriating grin plastered on his face.
Your Tadpolecast of Maya the Bee brought such unexpected joy to my little one – she sat staring at the laptop with a broad grin plastered to her face.
Nothing makes a conservative activist happier than a guy who has his name plastered all over the West Side of Manhattan, y'know?
Visiting your website and seeing Palin plastered everywhere makes me NOT want to come back.
If I hadn't seen the word plastered on a billboard on La Brea Avenue, I would never have remotely considered using it in print myself.
There are very few directors who get their name plastered all over the marketing materials for their films.
I have to admit that I first became aware of it when Paul Martin plastered his face all over the electoral signs of the Liberal party of Canada in 2004.