adjectiveNorth American informal
- And if Cupid is not totally swacked on ambrosia, perhaps the two of you can get together for a date.
- He is constantly being arrested, constantly swacked out on drugs and drink, continuously absolutely filthy with months worth of muck ground into him.
- Sailor Jim, slightly swacked from his employment celebration, is sitting and allowing memories to drift through his mind.
1930s: past participle of Scots swack 'fling, strike heavily'.
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