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  • adj. Drunk.


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  • "I love your brother," Val says to Gary with glassy, swacked eyes, and she hiccups.

    "You Go"

  • They see he is half swacked and they admire the clarity of his wit, the fine edge of insult and derision.


  • If you follow this plan as assiduously as I know you will, you should be gloriously swacked long before Gary loses contact with Val. » Keeping you properly advised

  • If you get too swacked to drive home, I'll have the Secret Service take you.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • Dig Wilfredo Olmos Delsol: dope-swacked on a plush-velour couch.

    American Tabloid

  • By the way, speaking of tonight's debate which I did watch, and will doubtless re-watch, at least in part, I was reminded of nothing so much as that scene from "Broadcast News" wherein Albert Brooks, as Aaron, says ""I say it here, it comes out there" and then, swacked, ends up singing ""I can sing while I read!

    I think I'm going to have to stop watching "American Idol."

  • If you’re really swacked, and without friends to care for you, you will in all probability have experiences you will not want to take with you into the daylight hours.

    Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set


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  • Drunk, intoxicated.

    May 13, 2008