- very bad: All drugs are bad, but crack is wack.
- extreme; far-out.
Origin of wack1
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Historical Examples of wacker
His name was then changed to Wacker-doll, and finally settled into Wacker.The Gypsies
Charles G. Leland
The sorry nag did not keep up with the procession as Wacker broke into a run.
The peddler gave Wacker a great scoring and demanded his money.
A crowd gathered, and Wacker started on his way at a fast walk.
Wacker is a blackmailer, as his talk to me about the puzzle plainly shows.
- Liverpool and Midland English dialect friend; pal: used chiefly as a term of address
Word Origin for wack
"crazy person," 1938, back-formation from wacky. Adjective in slang sense of "worthless, stupid," is attested from late 1990s.