a.) to get high off your ass

b.) to think abt killing yourself
dissolve: to get tipsy

a1. Do You Ever Just Dissolve after your 20th g?

a2. 2. do you ever just dissolve after getting this middle aged whore impregnated?...

b1. he wanted to just dissolve after he railed that ugly ass bitch
by fiddlefucker4 August 31, 2020
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When you get happy, confident, tipsy, social, intoxicated, or varying degrees of slizzard from alcohols besides ethanol. It's like more fun than being drunk, but not quite as fun as being high. It's like a great buzz without the buzzkill. It's feeling great and dissolved into a state of confidence and inebriation from these alcohols. Higher carbon chain alcohol can provide an intoxicating feeling similar to ethanol, but with less liver damage and little to no hangover. Examples include 1-propanol, n-butanol, GHB, and 2-methyl-2-butanol. They still can get you drunk in higher amounts, but these alcohols get you a social and slizzard high far below the tipsy or drunk level. They also last longer than regular ethanol. Use these alcohols responsibly!
Dude: I drank some butanol and got dissolved.

Chick: I had some propanol and feeling tipsy. I got dissolved.
Woman: I feel so dissolved from the 2-methyl-2-butanol. I'm in the mood for anything.
Sheen: Oh yeah! It's time to do it. Also, this ghb is strong stuff. I'm so dissolved.
by CognitiveFuel May 09, 2015
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To turn into liquid.
It took only a moment for the honey to dissolve in her warm hand.
by zafar November 13, 2007
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"Dissolve the Balls"

Bro 1: Hey man my back itches, can you Dissolve my Balls?
Bro 2: I gotchu man
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Verb | Expression
When you can't explain a certain feeling, but you just wanna disappear from the scene.

When you feel anxious and you want to disappear into the ground/crowd.

Verb | Original
(with reference to a solid) become or cause to become incorporated into a liquid so as to form a solution.

Present Form: Dissolving
Past-Tense: Dissolved
Future Tense: Dissolve
a) "Bye, I'm gonna go dissolve."

"Why are you gonna go dissolve?"

"I failed the test-"

b) As she paced her steps, she dissolved into the crowd, never to be seen again.
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