Haggard

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Haggard | Colloquialism | Although haggard is an old word, Vancouverites use it often in reference to the painful next-day consequences of excessive drinking.

Usage | “I drank a six of Pilsner last night and I’m so haggard that I need to hit up Bons in order to get through the day alive…”explore-the-lexicon

 

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