spaced-out

or spaced

[ speyst-out or speyst ]
/ ˈspeɪstˈaʊt or speɪst /

adjective Slang.

dazed or stupefied because of the influence of narcotic drugs.
dreamily or eerily out of touch with reality or seemingly so; spacey.

Origin of spaced-out

1965–70, Americanism; on the pattern of phrasal verbs with out marking perfectivity; space apparently by association with “outer space” as, metaphorically, a place outside normal consciousness
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