Definition of fagged in English:

fagged

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Pronunciation: /faɡd
 
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adjective

[predicative] chiefly British
Extremely tired; exhausted: we were all absolutely fagged out
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  • Brian Sewell, however, describes his work as ‘the fagged out tag end of Surrealism and the objet trouvé wearily exploiting familiar materials in unfamiliar contexts and alien relationships’.
  • The man was apparently half-conscious and in a fagged out state.
  • Supposed you've jogged, dieted, gulped your vitamins, yet still feel fagged out and frail.
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