- stupefied by or as if by alcohol or drugs; high.
- exhausted or asleep.
Origin of zonked
- to become unconscious from alcohol or narcotic drugs; pass out.
- to fall soundly asleep or relax completely: I've got to go home and zonk out.
- to stupefy, as by alcohol or narcotic drugs.
- to sedate or anesthetize: If the pain gets too bad the doctors will zonk you.
- to strike or defeat soundly; knock out; clobber.
Origin of zonk
Related Words for zonkeddazed, dumbfounded, flying, groggy, high, inebriated, lit, plastered, stoned, thunderstruck, tipsy, wasted, crocked, sloshed, stewed, amazed, astonished, bashed, buzzed, juiced
Examples from the Web for zonked
Contemporary Examples of zonked
There, he finds Azoff, also zonked out on ludes, and they get in a bizarre, drugged-out fight.
Belfort, zonked out on ludes, dry humps a stewardess during a flight to Geneva.
- highly intoxicated from drugs or alcohol
- utterly exhausted
Word Origin for zonked
Word Origin and History for zonked
1950, "to hit hard;" 1968, "to put into a stupor;" slang term, of echoic origin.