adjective Chiefly British Slang.
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Words nearby whacked
Definition for whacked (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- to cut off or separate with a blow: The cook whacked off the fish's head.
- Slang: Vulgar. to masturbate.
OTHER WORDS FROM whackwhack·er, noun
Example sentences from the Web for whacked
He should, according to Mahony, prepare himself to be whacked over the head with such a thoughtless and offensive gift.
Unless said partner is ready to be whacked over their head with the box for their thoughtlessness, they have made a grave mistake.
There was that time Nancy Kerrigan was whacked in the knee by a baton-wielding assailant in 1994.Sotnikova Beat Kim Yu-Na? Figure Skating Is Probably Corrupt (But We Knew That)|Kevin Fallon|February 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Moore, Oklahoma, was whacked with a mile-wide tornado Monday, reducing much of the Oklahoma City suburb to rubble.
Thoguh it's unfortunate that the people who took the initial deal also get whacked in the process.
Certainly I was a little afraid, for Radley whacked harder than they all.Tell England|Ernest Raymond
He would have whacked me for doing it; and they would have whacked me worse, for not getting the tin.
I went under and down, and was whacked by floating sticks and whirled around in the freshet.Year of the Big Thaw|Marion Zimmer Bradley
When weed cutting time, came I gritted my teeth, held my back as straight as I could and whacked away.Treading the Narrow Way|R. E. Barrett
Not by the fall, plase your honor, but by the stone that whacked me betwaan the eyes.Adrift in the Wilds|Edward S. Ellis
British Dictionary definitions for whacked
Derived forms of whackwhacker, noun
Word Origin for whack
Idioms and Phrases with whacked
In addition to the idioms beginning with whack
- whacked out
- whack off
- have a crack (whack) at
- out of kilter (whack)