[ wahypt-out ]
See synonyms for wiped-out on Thesaurus.com
  1. completely exhausted.

  2. intoxicated; high.

Origin of wiped-out

First recorded in 1960–65
  • Also wiped [wahypt] /waɪpt/ .

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How to use wiped-out in a sentence

  • There were machine guns here which wiped out the landing parties whenever they tried to get ashore North of the present line.

  • The fleet cannot see itself wiped out by degrees; and yet, without the fleet, how are we soldiers to exist?

  • A wavering red line licked its way to the canyon-edge on the east side, wiped out the grass, and died on the bald rim-rock.

    Raw Gold | Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • At dawn half a battalion of Turks tried to make the attack along the top of the cliff and were entirely wiped out.

  • Another, later, enemy effort against the right of the 29th Division was clean wiped out.