"mops and brooms" Definition

  1. intoxicated. Supposed by an imaginative person to be the appearance presented by the world to a very drunken man. Possibly the term was first used to express sea-sickness.

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Position in the dictionary: 2224 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: mopusses, moral, more-ish., morris, mortar-board, mortgage-deed, moskeneer, mot, mouchey, mouldy
Previous words in the dictionary: mop up, mop, moonshine, moonshee, moonlight, mooning, mooney, moon-raker, moon, mooching

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