whacked | whacked out
Meaning: to be very tired, or very intoxicated from the use of alcohol or drugs
- 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!
The farmers and their family members were really whacked. They'd spent all day
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Contributor: Matt Errey