swacked

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swacked (comparative more swacked, superlative most swacked)

  1. (slang) Intoxicated.
    • 1961, Dashiell Hammett, A Man Named Thin:
      A woman at the next table, behind Guild, was saying oratorically: “I can always tell when I'm getting swacked because the skin gets tight across my forehead, but it don't ever do me any good because by that time I'm too swacked to care whether I'm getting swacked or not."
    • 1983, Norma Fox Mazer, Someone to love:
      "Look what we've got." Mitch brought out a bottle of pink champagne. "I'll get swacked if I drink before I eat," Sonia said.
    • 1998, Gary Cartwright, Dirty Dealing, page 159:
      It was nearly dusk when Wallace, swacked on power and assorted chemicals, staggered out of the Hilton Inn parking lot to his rental car.

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swacked

  1. simple past tense and past participle of swack