1. under the influence of narcotics
  2. (of an automobile) having the engine modified to give extra power
    a hopped-up jalopy
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How To Use hopped-up In A Sentence

  • At about 2 a.m. on a November night, a former hedge fund manager named Donald Longueuil allegedly left his apartment in Manhattan with fragments of chopped-up hard drives tucked in his jacket. Federal investigators expose vast web of insider trading
  • Throw in some chopped-up potatoes to clean out their systems. The Sun
  • a hopped-up jalopy
  • Put the flour, sugar and chopped-up butter in a bowl. Times, Sunday Times
  • First Creation is beyond the chopped-up markings of time. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • This also goes for Otherworlders: for instance, when I was creating names and bits of language for the korrigans, fairy-like beings found in Breton folklore, for my novel, ‘In Hollow Lands’, I used Breton itself for them, but a chopped-up, strangely inverted Breton, which expresses the Otherworlders’ strange nature, whereas the human characters used real Breton. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Creating imaginary languages and words in fantasy for children and young people
  • Chop the melon flesh into chunks and add to the blender, along with the chopped-up peaches (stones removed). Times, Sunday Times
  • A brawler this is, an alley fighter, a hopped-up offensive gone freak.
  • A brawler this is, an alley fighter, a hopped-up offensive gone freak.
  • Decant about a third of the spirit and set it aside, then top up the bottle with chopped-up sweets. The Sun
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