Intoxicated by narcotics; high, stoned (1990s+ Narcotics)
She choked out an incoherent, futile prayer into the dulled ears—and left him.
Jem Bottles staggered, but at last he choked out: "My mother taught me."
He choked out the confession with the recklessness of final despair.
Gavegan choked out an apology, whereat Hunt flung him from him.
Down comes the periodic drift, and life is stunted or choked out.
That should be easy—if the use of it afterward be not choked out of us at a rope's end.
Eventually these latter are choked out, and a marshy alluvial flat occupies the site of the old reed-bed.
Our fire was at once “choked out,” and our mules and horses brought into the cover of the willow thicket.
"Say it silently in front of a mirror, sometime," he choked out.
I expected that the buildings should stop, choked out among the dense growth of cocoanut.