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Etymology

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cabbage +‎ -ed

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Adjective

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cabbaged (not comparable)

  1. (British, slang) Very drunk.
    • 1998, Irvine Welsh, Filth: A Novel[1], →ISBN, page 286:
      ...you were trying to tell me the other night, but I was cabbaged.
    • 2001, Hugh Collins, No Smoke[2], →ISBN, page 48:
      'Bastards, Jake, eh,' he nudges, knowing that his pal would do the same for him if he was cabbaged up.

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cabbaged

  1. simple past and past participle of cabbage