[ wakt, hwakt ]
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adjectiveChiefly British Slang.
  1. exhausted; tired out.

Origin of whacked

First recorded in 1915–20; whack + -ed2

Words Nearby whacked

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How to use whacked in a sentence

  • He whacked the sides with his tail, as if he enjoyed the game–and jumped out as soon as we turned away.

    The Idyl of Twin Fires | Walter Prichard Eaton
  • Some one with an oath whacked me over the head with a sabre, my horse stumbled in the darkness, and down I went into chaos.

    A Little Union Scout | Joel Chandler Harris
  • Three Bottles whacked off one scaly head and at last a second one, but he was unable to touch the third.

    Mighty Mikko | Parker Fillmore
  • If two or more dogs got fighting their owners simply whacked them with kerries until they desisted.

    A Frontier Mystery | Bertram Mitford
  • With this in his fore-paw, he ran at the oni, whacked him soundly, and stuck him all over with the sharp prickles.

    Japanese Fairy World | William Elliot Griffis