Definition of coked in English:

coked

Syllabification: coked
Pronunciation: /kōkt
 
/

adjective

informal
Having taken a large amount of cocaine: he was obviously drunk or coked up a druggie coked so far out of his mind that he’d torn the furniture apart
More example sentences
  • The supporting cast could include a sympathetic bartender, a hapless purser, a coked up cruise director, and a comically lecherous ship's doctor.
  • I'm no Miss Alli but I do love to sink the boot into reality TV famewhores and coked up network programmers.
  • Eddie's not going to want to go to a doctor, especially if he gets coked up first.

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