from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
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- adj. Drunk.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of smash.
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- adj. very drunk
The train smashed into it at more than forty miles an hour, sending it rolling up the tracks.
Safin smashed his second racket of the tournament after one error, and sent a forehand way long.
In the 200, he again smashed Kitajima's record with a time of 2: 09.04 and erased Mike Barrowman's 12-year-old U.S. record.
In the final minute of regulation, Sundin smashed his stick in frustration after goaltender Manny Legace stopped his point-blank wrist shot with the heel of his glove.
Einstein smashed the notion of absolute time and space.
I, too, would hunt whales and be in smashed boats in the Arctic
Kanye West has found himself tangled up in a police investigation after a car registered in his name smashed into an unoccupied home in Hawaii on Saturday morning.
It speaks eloquently of the Khmer Rouge's achievements that, while Angkor Wat remains the country's main tourist attraction, the next most popular sights for visitors are Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields at Choeung Ek, where the prisoners from S-21 were taken to be "smashed" - usually with an ox-cart axle.
Demoux landed with a maladroit stumble as Bilg's sword smashed into the stone ground.
The barbarian's sword smashed into a mound of muscle as his jump landed him on the beast's side.