The list is laden with familiar terms: blotto, loaded (with variations), lit, pixilated, soused, spiflicated. There are examples of Cockney/Australian rhyming slang: elephant's trunk for drunk. Recent arrivals are defined: sopsy, for just past sober but not yet tipsy. There are exotics: circling over Shannon in Ireland, deriving from the occasion of which Boris Yeltsin was too drunk to get off his plane, which circled the Shannon airport six times before landing to give him time to sober up. There are twelve pages of bibliography, for the scholarly toper. You can find here tired and emotional, the British publication Private Eye's euphemism to avoid libel suits.