- (intransitive) To become unconscious; to pass out.
2007, Dana Vachon, Mergers & Acquisitions, page 154:
- Lauren was peaced-out in her bedroom, and almost everyone had gone home. I started chilling by the pool with the bartender,
2008 October 29, “JELLO spells death for some”, in The Daily Evergreen, WA:
- The suspect ate a light bulb and bit through a man’s neck before peacing out in a stolen taco van.
- (transitive) To render unconscious.
2005, David Terrenoire, Beneath a Panamanian Moon, page 253:
- I cracked him with a stone I'd picked up in the garden. The inscription on the stone read PAZ. The man, peaced out, fell back
- To experience an altered state of consciousness.
1982, Stephen Levine, Who Dies?: An Investigation of Conscious Living and Conscious Dying, page 177:
- And she gets all peaced out and says she feels the presence of the Lord
1994, Douglas Rushkoff, Media Virus!: Hidden Agendas in Popular Culture, page 2 59:
- After experiencing the totally peaced out acid trance, the first thing that occurred to most users was "Let's dose the President!"
2005, Carter Coleman, Cage's Bend, page 360:
- "As they say out in Californication" — I try to sound peaced-out like someone from Santa Cruz — "Isabella's way bitching."
2008 April 24, “The light and dark side of DNA”, in MSNBC:
- consider it some sort of "peaced out utopian higherminded enlightenment"
- (intransitive, slang) To depart.
2007, Dan Brown, The Great Expectations School: A Rookie Year in the New Blackboard Jungle, page 237:
- I am peacing out of that hellhole. Are you still thinking about leaving?"
to pass out — see pass out