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whackedadjective

uk   us   /wækt/ (also whacked out)
informal very ​tired: Here's a ​glass of ​wine, ​honey - you ​look whacked. US informal suffering the ​effects of ​drugs or ​alcohol: He was whacked-out on ​speed, ​jabbering a ​mile a ​minute and making no ​sense at all. UK informal strange or ​unusual: His ​storysoundedtotally whacked, but it was ​true.
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