- v make a splashing sound
- v walk through mud or mire
- v spill or splash copiously or clumsily
- s very drunk
- During the working day, the drinking started again, sometimes as early as noon (although Kim didn't get sloshed at the office).
- Right away, he was surprised to be seeing and serving so many young people whose only goal was to get sloshed.
- After all, don't these guys know that during its 116-year history, liters of backwash have sloshed around the Cup as countless players and fans chugged champagne out of this .
News & Articles
- Cheers! 'Dale Easton's "The Drunkard"' returns
He's back and sloshed as ever. "Dale Easton's 'The Drunkard'," the longest running stage play in Topeka history, will add six more performances to its record book when ARTS Inc.
June 14, 2013 - The Topeka Capital-Journal
- Pa. creek considered for 'exceptional' designation
FAIR OAKS, Pa. (AP) — Ed Schroth sloshed around in the shallow, swift water of Little Sewickley Creek, shuffling his feet to rouse bugs and other critters lurking under slippery rocks and sediment.
June 11, 2013 - Washington Examiner
- Robert Earl Keen in Aspen Times
That first year, he decided he would only drink beer - because he didn't like beer,recalled Keen. "He figured he couldn't drink enough to get really sloshed."
- Dave Hernandez in Seattle Times
We're total tequila snobs,Hernandez said with a self-deprecating chuckle. "We ended up getting completely, ridiculously sloshed. And half of us got food poisoning."
- Jeremy Clarkson in The Age
I wish Richard could be with us,Clarkson told the Sun. "It's been a torrid few weeks. We plan to get sloshed."