- simple past tense and past participle of leather
leathered (comparative more leathered, superlative most leathered)
- (slang) Very drunk; intoxicated.
2007, Trudi Willis, Travel Bug, ISBN 1843863421, page 192:
- He'd been out with some of his work colleagues and naturally, got leathered. He remembers leaving the group to go to an ATM to get some much needed 'funds for more alcohol'.
2010, Sean Long & Nick Appleyard, Longy - Booze, Brawls, Sex and Scandal, ISBN 184358218X:
- When Seini was born, we had a bash in a pub near my house called the Delph. All the St Helens lads came down as well as my schoolmates and we got leathered.
2015, Andrew O'Hagan, The Illuminations, ISBN 9780571273676, page 123:
- Before we get totally leathered on national pride,' he said, 'maybe we should first work out how to be proud of being in the human race. I would like that. I would like that first.'.