Definition of arseholed in English:



British vulgar slang
  • Very drunk.

    ‘they spent the afternoon getting completely and utterly arseholed’
    • ‘At the age of fourteen, the chances of my getting arseholed and attempting to drive home were this: zero.’
    • ‘The man was absolutely arseholed and possibly beyond all reason.’
    • ‘It's three in the morning, and I'm smoking myself silly, drinking myself daft to try and get arseholed so I can get to sleep.’
    • ‘Tirades on the evil of drink and drugs poured forth from my computer, and then I'd pop home and get arseholed on champagne and dope.’
    • ‘Of course I can manage to walk down those stairs, arseholed, in a ballgown and heels.’
    • ‘By the time the doors opened he was arseholed on rum and got progresively more arseholed until he could take no more and fell over at about twelve 'o' clock.’
    • ‘The dressing-room was where they kept the kegs, so by the time we went on we were completely arseholed.’
    • ‘I arrived home at first light utterly arseholed.’
    • ‘Our French colleagues generally looked on in disgust as the British contingent got so arseholed that we could barely speak.’
    • ‘Pat turned up at the Phoenix hotel just after six, arseholed.’
    intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlin