"slewed" Definition

  1. drunk, or intoxicated.—_Sea term._ When a vessel changes the tack, she, as it were, staggers, the sails flap, she gradually heels over, and the wind catching the waiting canvas, she glides off at another angle. The course pursued by an intoxicated, or SLEWED, man, is supposed to be analogous to that of the ship.

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Position in the dictionary: 3216 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: slick, sling, sling your hook, slip, slipping, slips, slog, slogdollager, sloggers, slogging
Previous words in the dictionary: slender, sleepless-hats, slawmineyeux, slavey, slate, slashers, slasher, slap-up, slap-dash, slap-bang-shops

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