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Adjective: out of it
  1. Excluded from an activity or social group
     
  2. Unresponsive to stimulation
    - insensible, senseless
     
  3. Unaware as a result of being uninformed
     
  4. [Brit] Very drunk
    "I had travelling money and got out of it in the bar downstairs";
    - besotted [archaic], blind drunk, blotto, crocked [N. Amer], cockeyed, fuddled, loaded [N. Amer], pie-eyed, pixilated, plastered, slopped, sloshed, smashed, soaked, soused, sozzled, stiff, tight, wet, swacked [N. Amer], tanked up, bombed, steaming, fried [N. Amer], bladdered [Brit], stinko, blitzed, mullered [Brit], trolleyed [Brit], three sheets to the wind, liquored up [N. Amer], juiced [N. Amer], pickled, stonkered [Austral, NZ], stewed, wasted, legless [Brit], hammered, blootered [UK, dialect], paralytic [Brit], trashed, bevvied [Brit], drunk, pixillated, half-seas-over [Brit]

See also: drunk, gone, incognisant [Brit], incognizant, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, ripped, unaware, unconscious, unwanted