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  • adj. drunk or intoxicated; stoned; zonked


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  • I thought of Jack and Pedro high-fiving over glasses of unmixed vodka, confident and totally zooted, refusing to give in to the realities of tomorrow.

    Miss Misery

  • The album is thick with zooted-up snare patterns, lush cymbal play, and eerily plodding bass-drum loops.

    Disquiet » Evolution & Permutation

  • With both men dead, he zooted, wolverined, raped the standard way and drew music pictures and a trademark W on the walls.

    The Big Nowhere

  • Up to then I had been just another among all of the conked and zooted youngsters.

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X

  • He was so zooted that when he did say something that shit sounded like fucking gibberish.

    Real wifeys

  • In fact, I’d like to take the time to suggest that this poll is further divided amonst peoppe who have actually either traveled, read those foriegn newspapers or spoken with citizens of other countries as opposed to trailor park crackerjacks zooted on meth and shortly mischanged by having only two genetic grandparents.

    Think Progress » CNN poll: 47 percent of Americans want to repeal health care reform.

  • “Let’s get the retard zooted and see what happens.”

    Come Get Some

  • Produced by DJ Muggs for Soul Assassins Music, this album introduced the world to the sound of blunted/zooted soul and properly prepared them for the likes of RZA and the Wu Elements who didn’t appear on the scene until two years later.

    No Words Part Five


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