Green’s Dictionary of Slang

bolloxed adj.

also bollixed (up), bolloxed up
[ballocks (up) v.]

1. ruined, destroyed.

‘Troy Conway’ Cunning Linguist (1973) 51: And what was on the menu as regarded bollixed Voice of America broadcasts.
[US]S. King Stand (1990) 1042: Tom would get all bollixed up trying to set up even a little tent.
[US]T. Dorsey Florida Roadkill 56: The senator who had sponsored the bollixed-up bill went on television.
OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. [Internet] bolloxed adj. [...] ruined, messed up.
[Ire]G. Coughlan Everyday Eng. and Sl. [Internet] Bolloxed up (v): screwed up.
R. Pondillo America’s First Network TV Censor 111: Writers in the early dramatic anthology program The Clock wished to use the phrase ‘all bollixed up’.

2. confused, frightened.

[US]E. Weiner Howard the Duck 186: Hrobosky, the mad Hungarian relief pitcher [...] set to toss a sizzler past some thoroughly bollixed rookie.

3. drunk.

OnLine Dict. of Playground Sl. [Internet] bolloxed adj. very drunk.