What is another word for whacked?

594 synonyms found


[ wˈakt], [ wˈakt], [ w_ˈa_k_t]

Whacked is a colloquial term used to describe someone who is exhausted or extremely drunk or high. There are several synonyms that can be used interchangeably, including spent, drained, worn out, fatigued, and knackered. These words all convey a sense of depletion, and are commonly used in a variety of contexts, such as after a long day at work or after completing a strenuous activity. Additionally, whacked can also be used to describe someone who is out of touch with reality, such as someone who is delirious or inebriated. Synonyms for this usage might include addled, befuddled, or disoriented. Regardless of the context, there are many words that can be used in place of whacked to accurately convey a sense of exhaustion or disorientation.

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Whacked is a slang term that means exhausted, tired, or beaten up. Its antonyms are words that denote the opposite meaning. The antonyms for whacked include energized, alive, refreshed, invigorated, peppy, lively, animated, vigorous, and revitalized. These words illustrate a state of being full of energy, strength, and vitality. A person who is energized feels enthusiastic, optimistic, and lively. Someone who is revitalized is rejuvenated, renewed, and refreshed. While whacked is associated with fatigue and weariness, the antonyms for the word communicate a mood of renewed energy and lively enthusiasm.

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Usage examples for Whacked

I grabbed the shoulder of the normal and tried to force them apart when some one whacked my feet.
"Botchan (Master Darling)"
Mr. Kin-nosuke Natsume, trans. by Yasotaro Morri
He has been like a lamb all afternoon and he really can't get over the way you whacked him.
"A Fool and His Money"
George Barr McCutcheon
Gray's neighbor was in no pleasant mood, for he whacked impatiently at such buzzing pests as were still on the wing, and when a perspiring Greek set a plate of soup before him he took umbrage at the presence of the fellow's thumb in the liquid.
"Flowing Gold"
Rex Beach

Famous quotes with Whacked

  • There's never going to be a great misunderstanding of me. I think I'm a little whacked.
    Pamela Anderson
  • I must've got whacked on the head. He presented a totally false person for me to fall in love with.
    Christie Brinkley
  • No. 1, Halliburton. Certainly, if they've overcharged they should be whacked and whacked good, but the idea that the vice president somehow is involved in this, whether they got contracts because of him, that's nonsense.
    Al D'Amato
  • I used to be a mean maniac. Someone once threw a firecracker at a show and I jumped off the side of the stage and whacked 'em on the side of the head.
    Dick Dale
  • I bled a lot. I got hit across the face. We couldn't film for seven days. I got hit, whacked, underwater, across the face. I finished the shot, got into the boat and blood started coming out.
    Steve Irwin

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