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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of spifflicate.


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  • It seemed to serve only one purpose: to allow people to numb themselves in company, to make the process of becoming spifflicated a group activity instead of a solitary one.


  • One can also "shout" for everyone in the pub. skillion (- room): A "lean-to", a room built up against the back of some other building, with separate roof. spifflicated: punished, thrashed without mercy. spree: prolonged drinking bout -- days, weeks. squatter: Someone who took up large areas of land, originally without official permission ( "squatted"), for sheep especially.

    Children of the Bush

  • I Wish I was spifflicated before I ever seen a pub!

    Children of the Bush

  • You can bet your variegated socks that the situation is all spifflicated up from the Battery to breakfast!


  • "Then the books ought to be hung, drawn, and quartered, and spifflicated besides," said Fergus.

    Modern Broods

  • Well, I thought it was to be a regular case of Herod, and that there would be at least half a dozen of them spifflicated, but they all managed to save their bacon, except Shrimp -- one of the wheels went over him and broke him somewhere.

    Frank Fairlegh Scenes From The Life Of A Private Pupil

  • And if you think I’m telling you where I’m headed, you’re spifflicated.



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  • Drunk; esp. since 1920 ;)

    July 16, 2008