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2. aid, assist, help, abet; serve, avail, bestead, accommodate, oblige; minister to, cater to, wait on or upon, attend; relieve, ameliorate, alleviate, mitigate, palliate, salve; comfort, soothe, solace, console, succor; contribute, boost, lend a hand, Inf. pitch in, Inf. chip in; give a boost, give a lift, do one's part, lift a hand, lift a finger; support, back, back up, second, uphold, stand by, Inf. stick up for, Inf. go to bat for; sustain, maintain, endorse, smile upon; promote, patronize, further, advance, forward, advocate. befuddle, v. 1. intoxicate, inebriate, besot, Obs. fuzzle; fluster, SI. plaster, SI. stew, SI. sozzle.
2. stupefy, benumb, stun, daze; confuse, muddle, fuddle, jumble; confound, ruffle, rattle, boggle; obfuscate, befog, obscure, becloud, bedim; baffle, perplex, mystify, bewilder. befuddled,
adj. 1. intoxicated, inebriated, inebrious, bibacious, crapulent, crapulous; drunk, drunken, sodden, besotted, sotted, awash, Literary, in one's cups; under the influence, the worse for liquor, under the weather; saturated, soused, full, Scot. fou; tipsy, grogged, Archaic, groggy, woozy, bleary-eyed, pieeyed, glassy-eyed; punchy, Inf. punch-drunk, slap-happy, giddy; far-gone, staggering, staggering drunk, drunk as a lord, drunk as a piper, drunk as a fiddler, drunk as a skunk or owl; merry, happy, gay, jolly.
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All Inf. boozy, tight, lit, lit up, lit to the gills, illuminated, liquored-up; half seas over, three or four sheets to the wind, under the sauce, off-color; pickled, lathered, high, high as a kite, fried to one's tonsils, full to the back teeth, primed to the sticking point; mellow, with a jag on, feeling good, feeling no pain; blind, blind drunk, dead drunk, paralyzed, out of it, out cold, out; under the table, helpless, passed out, in bed with one's boots on.
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All SI. loaded, lubricated, oiled, well-oiled; stewed, stewed to the gills, tanked, fried, boiled, Brit, pissed, Brit, bevied; primed, gassed, bombed, stoned, zonked, ripped, blitzed, scrooched, whiffed, whoozled; polluted, crocked, cocked, cocked to the gills, cockeyed, canned, sloshed, squiffy, potted, plastered, sozzled, crocko; stiff, ossified, stinko, stinking, plotched, shellacked, swacked, screwed, blotto, smashed, skunk-drunk.
4. confused, muddled, fuddled, jumbled; dazed, stunned, numbed, benumbed; obfuscated, befogged, obscured, beclouded; baffled, perplexed, mystified, bewildered, puzzled, disconcerted; confounded, ruffled, rattled, boggled. beg, v. 1. ask for, apply for, seek, request, ask, call upon; appeal to, implore, beseech, entreat, plead,
Brit. Inf. prig, pray, crave; petition, solicit, supplicate, obtest, adjure, conjure, Rare, sue; urge, press, importune, insist, demand.
2. seek alms,
Inf. panhandle, pass the plate or cup or hat, SI. bum, go from door to door; hustle, use, impose on; mooch off, sponge off, live off, cadge, Scot. sorn.
3. avoid, evade, beat around the bush, dodge, get around, escape. beget, v. 1. father, sire, procreate, generate, engender, get; breed, propagate, reproduce, spawn; impregnate,
Biol, fecundate, Biol, fertilize.
2. cause, produce, effect, effectuate, make happen, bring about, bring to pass, give rise to, occasion. beggar,
n. 1. cadger, Inf. panhandler, mendicant, beadsman, almsman, Scot. gaberlunzie; moocher, Inf sponger, SI. schnorrer, parasite, leech, hanger-on.
2. pauper, ragamuffin, tatterdemalion, hobo,
SI. bindle stiff; tramp, vagrant, beachcomber, vagabond, drifter; loafer, idler, U.S. Inf. bum, good-for-nothing, Fr. vaurien; derelict, castaway, outcast; rogue, knave, scamp, scoundrel; (collectively) trash, riffraff, rabble, canaille, scum, dregs of society, vermin, ragtag and bobtail, flotsam and jetsam.

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