Origin of sloshed
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of slosh
Examples from the Web for sloshed
Contemporary Examples of sloshed
If it somehow emerges that he was sloshed in that someone-please-take-his-car-keys kind of way, subtract 20.The Cain Sexual-Harassment Game
November 2, 2011
And because he adores obscure imported ales, cycling while sloshed felt pretty familiar, too.Biking While Drunk
October 15, 2010
Similar speculation about Zucker and the Post has sloshed around in the blogosphere before.NBC Universal Sees Red
July 19, 2009
Historical Examples of sloshed
And so they sang, and banged their mugs and sloshed their frothy beverage.City of Endless Night
He wakened O'Malley and they sloshed through the mud to their hut.
They sloshed across to the operations room and joined their flight.
He fished the fifth of gin out of his coat pocket and sloshed it.The Hoofer
Walter M. Miller
And they slogged and sloshed toward it, numb to all that was going on about them.Dave Dawson at Dunkirk
Robert Sydney Bowen
- to shake or stir (something) in a liquid
- (of a person) to splash (around) in water, etc
Word Origin for slosh
"drunk," c.1900, colloquial, past participle adjective from slosh (v.).