extremely drunk or high on drugs: We all got completely wrecked after prom.
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How to use wrecked in a sentence
When he approached the wrecked nest, Patterson saw one of the eaglets on the exposed ground near the base of the tree.
The two eaglets almost certainly would have died after a big storm wrecked their nest last year.
By the time the maids got back from the shore, peacocks had wrecked havoc on the waiting food.
Baugh responded after the first attack there in 1993 and helped tow wrecked cars from the bombed garage.
If anything can remind us about the futility of war, it is those wrecked, dismembered bodies.
The mob of relatives and friends wrecked and burned the castle, massacring the retainers to a man.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3) | Charles James Wills
The shoals on the west side are dangerous, and several vessels have been wrecked upon them in going in.
It is here that the Frederick (merchant ship) was wrecked in 1818.
The effect of this action can often be seen where a vessel loaded with brick or coal is wrecked on the coast.Outlines of the Earth's History | Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
What a thoughtless wicked fool she had been; she had wrecked her own life and her cousin's by her wicked folly.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume III (of 3) | Charles James Wills
British Dictionary definitions for wrecked
slang in a state of intoxication, stupor, or euphoria, induced by drugs or alcohol
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