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pickled (adj.)

1550s, "preserved in a pickle sauce," past-participle adjective from pickle (v.). From 1690s as "roguish;" the slang figurative sense of "drunk" is attested by 1900, American English.

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Definitions of pickled

pickled (adj.)
(used of foods) preserved in a pickling liquid;
From wordnet.princeton.edu