Readings — From the January 2015 issue

Alcoholics Synonymous

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From a list of slang terms used by British students to describe drunkenness or the effects of drugs, included by Tony Thorne in the fourth edition of the Dictionary of Contemporary Slang, published last year by Bloomsbury.

hoovered

hamstered

willied

wankered

lathered

newkied

munted

langered

wizzed

wazzed

widdled

wombled

lashed

sloshed

wreckaged

larruped

swilled

lagged

langed

mulled

mullered

battered

yitted

twatted

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