whacked

[ US /ˈhwækt, ˈwækt/ ]
[ UK /wˈækt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (British informal) exhausted or worn out
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How To Use whacked In A Sentence

  • I've been bushwhacked with a bunch of stuff that's keeping me away from the keyboard!
  • She whacked her head on the door as he dragged her in. The Sun
  • Twinkling flashbulbs lit up Centre Court like fireworks in the night when Sampras kissed the trophy once again, his eyes glistening from the tears he had shed moments earlier after he whacked his final service winner to beat Patrick Rafter 6-7 Sampras wins historic Wimbledon title
  • The ‘Ice-Pick Murderer’ had whacked anyone Kay asked him to and hurt anyone else that he hadn't managed to kill.
  • The teacher whacked the boy
  • Which whacked off four Truffala trees at a smacker. The Volokh Conspiracy » The Lesson of the Lorax:
  • She stood up smoothly and whacked it as hard as she could with the tenderizer.
  • Victor whacked her hard on the back and Antonia burst into a fit of coughs.
  • Via David Corn: [O] n Fox News Sunday, McCain whacked Bush on Iraq. 09/23/2004
  • Pakatan not 'bushwhacked' by sports betting decision Malaysiakini :: News
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