whacked-out

Related to whacked-out: tiered, self-glorification

whacked′-out′

or wacked′-out′



adj. Slang.
1. exhausted; worn-out.
2. wacky; crazy.
3. stupefied by narcotics or alcohol; stoned.
[1965–70]
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On Thursday, I traveled from Manhattan to Brooklyn on the promise of Ted Cruz and matzo, which, somehow, felt like an imaginary fairy tale made up by some publicity Tinkerbell bent on putting a New York-sized stamp on this already whacked-out presidential election.
Butt one recent night a "visitor" to the area, a whacked-out, drugged-up psychopath, crept into a nearby home at random and committed a horrific assault, stabbing one victim until the blade of his cheap knife bent into uselessness.
Whacked-out monsters (obviously taking inspiration from Dead Space) litter the liner at every turn, looking great in 3D, and take a fair old battering before giving up the ghost.
Whacked-out monsters (obviously taking inspiration from Dead Space) litter the liner at every turn, looking fiendishly and deathly great in 3D, and take a fair old battering before giving up the ghost.
"Jamie thinks the combination of the two is making her whacked-out and, causing her to lash out in weird angry rampages," the source added.
In Cambridge, Mass., LaMarche describes the scene as people wait for free medical treatment delivered by some whacked-out version of an ice cream truck: "Emaciated, filthy, sore-covered, pleading individuals whose appearances made me gasp approached for help.
arrived at his great-uncle's house in Klamath Falls, behaving erratically--behavior consistent with that of a whacked-out drug user.
Fasten your seatbelt for one whacked-out road trip!
Remember all those whacked-out solar houses of the Seventies when solar house design was first getting going?
You call them "whacked-out" and accuse them sarcastically of being in possession of the "finer things." I agree that King and Butler may well be over-the-top with regard to the trade they ply, but it was also clear to me that they love those sad little girls a good deal more than the girls' own parents ever could.
Mind you, he's a boyish thirtysomething father of three with some severely whacked-out images he feels compelled to resolve - and he's doing his therapy on the big screen.
For all its upbeat exuberance and whacked-out visual pyrotechnics, Kertess' Biennial can easily he characterized as banal.