verb (used with object)
Words nearby sock
Origin of sock2
Examples from the Web for socked
Surely, by early 2015 some of the higher profile GOP presidential aspirants will have socked away a few million dollars.
Then, the Kennedys were socked in the jaw when Caroline was deemed, in humiliatingly public fashion, not ready for prime time.
Then they got past the range of my sight, but we heard 'em ride up to the front door, and then they socked the place full of lead.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
That certainly was a swindle he worked on you, gentlemen, and he socked it to you!The Motor Boys Over the Ocean|Clarence Young
The calves are snatched out and the "jimption is socked to 'em," as the boys express it.Cruisings in the Cascades|George O. Shields
Never mind—never mind—I get it—she was late for the date and you socked her for it—ain't you the big bully?Hookers|Richard F. Mann
“I never cut anything unintentionally,” she said in a silly-dramatic voice, and socked him in the shoulder.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town|Cory Doctorow