primed


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(usually followed by 'to' or 'for') on the point of or strongly disposed

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He had privately primed himself for a beautiful scene.
He had primed us with such general information as he thought would be necessary for us to pass muster before Sorav, after which we would have to undergo a further examination before Salensus Oll that he might determine our physical fitness and our ability as warriors.
It came to me as you were talking, so I was not primed and ready to deliver it.
At all events, he would not have given his place up for an empire, "not even if the cannon-- loaded, primed, and fired at that very moment--were to blow him in pieces into the planetary world.
You can't imagine what a jovial good fellow he is when he's not fairly drunk, only just primed or half-seas-over.