adjective Date: 1956 affected by alcohol or drugs ; drunk, high

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  • Bombed — may refer to: *something which has been hit by bombs, also the past tense of the verb to bomb *the state of being drunk * Bombed, a song by Mark Lanegan from his album Bubblegum …   Wikipedia

  • bombed — [bɔmd US ba:md] adj [not before noun] informal very drunk or affected by illegal drugs = ↑stoned ▪ I feel like going out and getting completely bombed …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bombed — ► ADJECTIVE 1) subjected to bombing. 2) informal intoxicated by drink or drugs …   English terms dictionary

  • bombed — ☆ bombed [bämd ] adj. Slang having the nervous system so affected by alcoholic liquor, a narcotic drug, etc., as to have lost control: sometimes with out …   English World dictionary

  • bombed — adj drunk or stoned on illicit drugs. Bombed out of one s mind/skull is a common elaboration. ► Harvey decided his only real option was to get bombed out of his skull; some things never went out of style, thank God... (The Serial, Cyra McFadden,… …   Contemporary slang

  • bombed — adj Drunk, intoxicated. The driver of the car was bombed. 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • bombed — bÉ’md adj. (Slang) drunk, pissed (e.g., After last night s party, Gerry was totally bombed ) bÉ’m n. explosive device v. drop and explode bombs; fail (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bombed — drunk, hammered, sloshed to the gills    Fay was bombed before she got to the party. She was drunk …   English idioms

  • bombed — adjective (not before noun) slang very drunk or affected by illegal drugs: I feel like going out and getting completely bombed …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bombed — /bɒmd/ (say bomd) adjective heavily under the influence of drugs. Also, bombed out …   Australian English dictionary

  • bombed — adj. very drunk; highly intoxicated on alcohol. He got bombed at the bar last night …   English slang

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