ripped


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ripped

 (rĭpt)
adj. Slang
1. Having an extremely defined physique; toned: ripped, bulging muscles.
2. Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.

ripped

(rɪpt)
adj
1. torn: ripped jeans.
2. informal denoting or having highly developed muscles, esp abdominal muscles: a ripped torso.

ripped

(rɪpt)

adj. Slang.
1. drunk; intoxicated.
2. under the influence of an illicit drug.
[1815–25]
Translations

ripped

adj (US inf: = muscular) → muskulös
References in classic literature ?
I took the bag to where it used to stand, and ripped a hole in the bottom of it with the saw, for there warn't no knives and forks on the place -- pap done everything with his clasp-knife about the cooking.
T'other one said THIS warn't one of the short ones, he reckoned -- and then they laughed, and he said it over again, and they laughed again; then they waked up another fellow and told him, and laughed, but he didn't laugh; he ripped out something brisk, and said let him alone.
He ripped them open or split their skulls with shrewdly driven blows of his great hoofs.
At the point which I had reached in a preceding paragraph of this account, the situation was as follows: two horses lay dying; the bull had scattered his persecutors for the moment, and stood raging, panting, pawing the dust in clouds over his back, when the man that had been wounded returned to the ring on a remount, a poor blindfolded wreck that yet had something ironically military about his bearing - and the next moment the bull had ripped him open and his bowls were dragging upon the ground: and the bull was charging his swarm of pests again.
And all that swearing's got to be done at midnight, in the lonesomest, awfulest place you can find -- a ha'nted house is the best, but they're all ripped up now.
And MUST I not conceal myself like one who hath swallowed gold--lest my soul should be ripped up?
He put his hands to the corner of the cloth and ripped the rotten stuff from the cornice.
It was the one little opening that Dak Kova needed, and hurling himself at the body of his adversary he buried his single mighty tusk in Bar Comas' groin and with a last powerful effort ripped the young jeddak wide open the full length of his body, the great tusk finally wedging in the bones of Bar Comas' jaw.
Bales were hastily ripped open, and their motley contents poured forth.
In one corner of the hall, behind the house-door, there was a little waiting-room, like a well-shaft, with a long narrow window in it as if it had been ripped up.