Causing disgust; repulsive; distasteful.
(UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, colloquial) Drunk.
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* 2006 , Dean Riley, The Reveller: Every Lie Has Eighty Percent Truth ,
* 2008 , Terry Beresford, ''Shiner,
- We finished the bottle off and I was more pissed than ever, I was a fucking mess, and Johnny carried me to bed.
(US, Canada, vulgar, colloquial) Annoyed, angry.
* 1987 , Jeb Stuart, Steven E. DeSouza, , “Holly and Ginny” scene 287:
- We drank, getting more and more pissed , and as we did, these four birds were growing more and more attractive, so we all sat down with them, but none of them wanted to know us, just Peter, dirty fucking bastard he was.
* 1989 , Judith Stiehm, Arms And The Enlisted Woman ,
- That one look pissed Ms. Gennero...
* 2009 , Steve Serby, No Substitute for Sundays: Brett Favre and His Year in the Huddle with the New York Jets ,
- Some women were physically incapable, and the guys would say, “See, I told you women can?t hack it.” The more I saw of that, the more pissed I got, and the more determined I got to stick it out.
- So I was already pissed' at Bill to begin with, for what happened with the O?Donnell disaster the year before, and now I was even more ' pissed at the fuckin? guy.
In Canada, pissed'' can mean either ''drunk'' or ''angry''. The term pissed off is commonly used to unambiguously give the meaning ''angry .
* (drunk) drunk, intoxicated, bladdered, blotto, plastered, rat-arsed; see also
* pissed off; see also
* pissed as a newt