laid to the bone

laid to the bone
1. mod. alcohol intoxicated.
He got himself laid to the bone.
We were all laid to the bone by midnight.
2. AND silked to the bone mod. naked.
I was all silked to the bone, getting ready for a shower, when the phone rings.

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