Very drunk: Uncle Brian’s sozzled! a permanently sozzled woman
More example sentences
- The norm now for a good night is to get drunk, to get sozzled, to get hammered.
- It also means that seniors are scared to walk out after the pubs close because of sozzled youths acting funky, smashing shop windows, trashing the public loos, doing drugs in the bus shelter and so forth.
- While all this has been going on, the Government has been warning us about the dangers of binge drinking - a campaign picked up with evangelical zeal by the sort of national newspapers that once provided a haven for the terminally sozzled.
late 19th century: past participle of dialect sozzle 'mix sloppily', probably of imitative origin.
Definition of sozzled in:
- The US English dictionary