intoxicated from alcohol; drunk: When arrested he was definitely juiced.
- Also juiced-up [joost-uhp] /ˈdʒustˈʌp/ .
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How to use juiced in a sentence
To this day, Palmeiro insists that he never juiced and simply took a tainted vitamin shot.
But it turns out even Google can be juiced up with a few simple tricks.
He also apologized for referring to NFL players as “juiced-up millionaires.”
Thoreau coveted its strong purple stalk for a cane, and the robins eat its dark crimson-juiced berries.A Year in the Fields | John Burroughs
The ordinary green–juiced form of the plant is common enough, but the crimson–juiced is one of the rarities of our Flora.Country Rambles, and Manchester Walks and Wild Flowers | Leo H. Grindon
It's a juiced nuisance alluding to these matters, but—we got very little more money.The Wheels of Chance | H. G. Wells
Sometimes he whistles noiselessly to himself, sometimes he speaks aloud, "a juiced good try, anyhow!"The Wheels of Chance | H. G. Wells
"I'm better at acting girlish when I'm well juiced," he said.Gambler's World | John Keith Laumer