Definition of whacked in English:

whacked

Syllabification: whacked
Pronunciation: /(h)wakt
 
/
(also whacked out)

adjective

informal
1Completely exhausted: I’m not staying long—I’m whacked
More example sentences
  • Well, a full day's boarding the loft left me too whacked to blog last night.
  • And now both of us are completely wacked so we're off to bed!
1.1North American Under the influence of drugs: a whacked-out, drug-addicted child
More example sentences
  • As far as I am concerned, their Indian support staff is wacked and on-drugs.
  • But tell that to four guys wacked out on mushrooms. 7/10 (Lorraine Carpenter)
  • Plus I am kinda wacked out on pain meds so excuse me if this only makes sense to the pink elephant who is helping me write it.

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