And because he adores obscure imported ales, cycling while sloshed felt pretty familiar, too.
Similar speculation about Zucker and the Post has sloshed around in the blogosphere before.
If it somehow emerges that he was sloshed in that someone-please-take-his-car-keys kind of way, subtract 20.
"Nothing ever looks brighter in the morning," said Barton, and he sloshed angrily off toward the Administration island.
He wakened O'Malley and they sloshed through the mud to their hut.
Unlimbering back near a farm we sloshed off across the mud flat towards the section of trench which we had been ordered to occupy.
He fished the fifth of gin out of his coat pocket and sloshed it.
The shell hummed over the soldiers like a great bee, and sloshed into soft earth behind them.
We never saw such rain as fell that day we slithered and sloshed on the rugged slopes that tumble down to the Rhine at Basel.
Even as I thought it, he made a sweeping half-circle with the pail and sloshed its contents into the ventilator-opening.
Drunk: a youngish man in a bar, a little sloshed and pouring out his troubles to the bartender/ You'll spend the night getting sloshed on 3.2 salmon piss
[1900+; fr slosh, ''a drink,'' found by the 1880s]