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    get slurry


    What does "get slurry" mean?

    In he sentence by Paul Auster:"Her husband helped smooth out the rough patches and keep her nighttime drinking under control (she tended to get a bit slurry when he was off on a job somewhere)."

    Thanks for your help,


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    Re: get slurry

    If you get slurry, your speech becomes slurred - you pronounce words unclearly, and the words can run into each other. This is typical of someone who is getting drunk.


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