From hammock + -ed.
hammocked (not comparable)
- Ensconced in a hammock.
- 1946, Mervyn Peake, Titus Groan
- One humid afternoon a visitor did arrive to disturb Rottcodd as he lay deeply hammocked, for his siesta was broken sharply by a rattling of the door handle...
- (television) Scheduled between two other programmes, by hammocking.