- 1Violently or badly broken or shattered: a smashed collar boneMore example sentences
- Everything is dilapidated: broken or smashed windows and even the paint of the walls started to peel off and the school fence has also been removed.
- The Three Horseshoes Mall has seen an increase in crime including broken drainpipes, smashed bottles and graffiti daubed on shop windows.
- Broken glass from a smashed car window glimmers in the sun.
- 2 [predic.] • informal Very drunk: when they go back to the barracks, the single men get smashedMore example sentences
- Frankie was far more tipsy than anyone else, and was verging on smashed.
- Your only hope for a good time is to get smashed ASAP and allow the spirit of the Broken Record to possess you as well.
- We got the bottle of vodka, come down the creek and let's get smashed!
More definitions of smashedDefinition of smashed in:
- The US English dictionary