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whacked | whacked out

This page is about the slang term whacked | whacked out

Meaning: to be very tired, or very intoxicated from the use of alcohol or drugs

For example:

  • Ollie had worked really hard and he was whacked, so he went to bed soon after dinner.

  • Everyone at the party was pretty whacked out by midnight. The punch they were drinking was really strong!

Quick Quiz:

The farmers and their family members were really whacked. They'd spent all day

a. watching their rice grow

b. harvesting their rice crop

c. eating curries and rice

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Contributor: Matt Errey