Adj. Drunk. Scottish use

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  • blootered — adjective drunk. I found my drinking eased up when the all day drinking came in Scotland because although we all went mad on it at first, we were blootered every day, but after about 6 months you began to realise you could have a drink any time …   Wiktionary

  • blootered — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Drunk [Blue Turd] II Glesga Glossary Drunk …   English dialects glossary

  • blootered — adj British drunk. The term is heard particularly in the Scottish Lowlands and the north of England, and is perhaps influenced by the noun blooter or by blotto …   Contemporary slang

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  • siver — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary A drain in the road into which chukie stanes, wee lone star models and other objects go, never to be seen again . II Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Street drain in the gully. Where one loses the car keys when… …   English dialects glossary

  • glasgae one-step — Scottish Vernacular Dictionary A dance done when Blootered on Vino Collapso or Buckfast. Place one foot firmly on the floor and gyrate the other foot roond it, touching with the toes as if the water is hot. Eventually place other foot firmly on… …   English dialects glossary

  • pished — Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Drunk, intoxicated Example:The Eejit wiz blootered ootae his coupon (The idiot was drunk out of his face) …   English dialects glossary

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