Tight and Tiddly

Tight

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Tight adjective – Being under the influence of alcohol.
Usage example: having spent several hours getting nice and tight, the campus Romeo was having performance problems

Tiddly and tight are semantically related. (British) In some cases you can use "Tiddly" instead an adjective "Tight".
Nearby Words: tighten, tightness, tightly
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Tiddly

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Tiddly adjective – Being under the influence of alcohol.
Usage example: after sampling the single malts at several Scottish distilleries, by day's end we were definitely a little tiddly

Tight and tiddly are semantically related. You can use "Tight" instead an adjective "Tiddly".
Nearby Word: tiddler
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