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Princeton's WordNet

  1. whackedadjective

    (British informal) exhausted or worn out


  1. whackedadjective

    Tired; fatigued

    After that all-night party we were all whacked.


  1. whacked

    "Whacked" is an informal slang term that usually has three different connotations. 1. In general English usage, it can refer to someone or something that is crazy, eccentric, or out-of-order. For example, it can be used to describe a person who behaves in a weird or utterly ridiculous way. 2. In the context of underworld or crime lingo, "whacked" often means to be murdered or assassively killed, usually as a result of a mob hit or an organized crime action. 3. It can also refer to someone who is extremely tired or exhausted. The exact meaning of "whacked" often depends on the context in which it is used.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Whacked

    of Whack

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of whacked in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of whacked in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of whacked in a Sentence

  1. Dale Katechis:

    When I got a peek inside of Veritas, around every corner, it just whacked me in the head : It reminded me of the early days of Oskar Blues.

  2. Arabella Arkwright:

    The man with the baby … went over and talked to the Frenchman and the Frenchman did n’t reply, he just smiled and smirked and then whacked this guy on the left side of his face.

  3. Nicolas Cage:

    I will never see this movie, i’m told it’s a good movie. I’m told people love it and are enjoying the ride, but I made that for the audience. It’s too much for me to go to the premiere and sit there with everybody. Psychologically, that’s too bizarre and whacked out for me.

  4. Andre Bakhos:

    You have central banks lowering rates around the world, while we are talking about raising rates. Our dollar is naturally going to get stronger, therefore, multinationals are going to whacked.

  5. Rayshard Brooks ':

    How nice is it is to be sage the Gemini whacked!

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    the act of taking something from someone unlawfully
    A fervidness
    B sundog
    C preponderance
    D larceny

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