Green’s Dictionary of Slang

juiced adj.

also jued up, juiced up
[juice v.]

1. (orig. US) drunk or intoxicated by drugs; ext. as juiced to the skin.

[UK] ‘Fanny Flukem’s Ball’ in Bird o’ Freedom (Sydney) in J. Murray Larrikins (1973) 39: ’Twas in Conky Bob’s old stable, / Who had lent it to the boys / On condition that they’d not get juiced / Or kick up any noise.
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 29 Oct. 3/3: A glass of beer is a ‘pot of wallop’, and the previous night he was ‘on his pink’, ‘juiced’, ‘wined’, or ‘shikkered.’.
[Aus]Truth (Brisbane) 10 Apr. 5/2: Going deliberately off his tangent one night, by getting hopelessly juiced, he set fire to his bed .
[UK]Surrey Mirror 23 Dec. n.p.: He was variously described as being ‘freshy,’ ‘cherry merry’ and ‘juiced up’.
[US]C. Himes ‘One More Way to Die’ in Coll. Stories (1990) 378: She was an old wino who used to come there every night and get juiced up.
[US]Mezzrow & Wolfe Really the Blues 213: [They] come uptown juiced to the gills, crackin’ out of line and passin’ out in anybody’s hallway.
[US]Dinah Washington ‘New Blowtop Blues’ [lyrics] Yes I got juiced last night and I took my man to his wife’s front door.
[US]‘Hal Ellson’ ‘Wrong Way Home’ in Tell Them Nothing (1956) 146: I hear that crazy juiced-up witch laugh.
[US]P. Crump Burn, Killer, Burn! 211: Got juiced up on wine.
[US]L. Bruce Essential Lenny Bruce 126: Four hundred people that stay juiced out of their minds.
[US]A. Young Snakes (1971) 56: That’s the dude use to stay half-juiced all the time.
[US]S. King Different Seasons (1995) 462: My dad’ll still be juiced up.
[US]Eble Campus Sl. Sept. 1: blitzed [...] Also blasted, blotto, feeling no pain, fried, juiced/jued up.
[Aus]R.G. Barrett Davo’s Little Something 37: Seeing as we’re going in Wayne’s car I’ll get half juiced before we go.
[US]C. Hiaasen Strip Tease 109: Darrell Grant laughed, high-pitched and juiced by speed.
[UK]N. Barlay Curvy Lovebox 12: Fola’s with ’em a juiced up cab driver from Peckham [...] with a bottle of montezuma gold in his hand.
[UK]Guardian Rev. 10 Sept. 13: Screaming like a juiced-up streetwalking cheetah.
[UK]N. Barlay Hooky Gear 263: Man was juiced to the eyeballs.
[Aus]N. Cummins Tales of the Honey Badger [ebook] Once you start to get recognised [...] a lot of juiced-up blokes like to test themselves against you.

2. (US) excited, nervous; energized, hyperactive.

[US]R. Sabbag Snowblind (1978) 15: The energetic bounty hunters of Amagansett, still juiced on adrenalin.
[US]A. Sorkin A Few Good Men (1990) 102: Hey, I’m just psyched, brother, I’m juiced.
[US](con. 1985–90) P. Bourjois In Search of Respect 38: And you get juiced because you give the biggest niggas’ bolos [penises] blow jobs.
[US]A. Mansbach ‘Crown Heist’ in Brooklyn Noir 130: Different classes going to recess, fifty or sixty juiced-up kids zooming all over the place.

3. of a woman, sexually aroused.

[UK]I. Welsh ‘A Smart Cunt’ in Acid House 265: You’ve got me all juiced up, lovey, now give it to me.
[US]J. Ridley Love Is a Racket 326: If Mona got anymore juiced up she’d’ve cum.
[UK]Dizzee Rascal ‘I Luv U’ [lyrics] She got juiced up.

4. (US campus) strong, unadulterated.

[US]Eble Campus Sl. Sept. 4: leaded – caffeinated [...] Also high octane, juiced, jacked.

5. (UK Und.) filled with petrol.

[UK]N. ‘Razor’ Smith Raiders 188: Once the Sierra was juiced up, it [...] ran perfectly.