- adj Drunk, intoxicated. You came home totally scrooched last night; don't ever talk to me again. 1920s
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scrooch — ˈskrüch also u̇ intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ es) Etymology: by alteration : crouch, huddle often used with down scrooched down in the seat and tried to hide H.E.Giles she scrooched down in under all the covers Richard Bissell … Useful english dictionary
List of the longest English words with one syllable — This is a list of the candidates for longest English word of one syllable. Unsurprisingly, most of these long words contain one or more digraphs (e.g., rr or ai ) and the occasional trigraph (e.g., tch ). That is, multiple letters are used to… … Wikipedia
befuddled — adj 1. intoxicated, inebriated, inebrious, bibacious, crapulent, crapulous; drunk, drunken, sodden, besotted, sotted, awash, Literary. in one s cups; under the influence, the worse for liquor, under the weather; saturated, soused, full, Scot.… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder
drunk — adj 1. intoxicated, inebriated, inebriate, inebrious, bibacious, crapulent, crapulous; drunken, sodden, besotted, sotted, sottish, awash, Literary. in one s cups; under the weather; saturated, soused, full, Scot. fou; tipsy, grogged, Archaic.… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder