1. (also chuck full) slightly drunk, tipsy.
|Gent.’s Mag. 559: To express the condition of an Honest Fellow, and no Flincher, under the Effects of good Fellowship, it is said that he is [...] Chuck full.|
|Ally Sloper’s Half-Holiday 17 Aug. 258/2: His back being nearly broken from your constantly falling over him when you’ve been chucked [F&H].|
|Dundee Courier 2 Jan. 5/6: ‘What ails that man?’ [...] ‘Pretty well chucked,’ was the answer.|
2. disappointed, tricked.
|Ally Sloper’s Half Holiday 3 May 6/3: Theatre in Lincol’s Inn Fields opened 1695. I. Moses’s great-great-grandfather [...] severely chucked.|
|‘’Arry on Competitive Examination’ in Punch 1 Dec. 253/2: I’m down on my luck, fairly chucked, and no error this go.|
3. thrown out; acquitted.
|They Drive by Night 225: If you go and give yourself up you’ll stand a good chance of creeping with it. Blokes have got chucked before.|
4. rejected by a lover.