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hooked

adjective \ˈhkt, 1 is also ˈh-kəd\

: shaped like a hook

: addicted to a drug

: very interested in and enthusiastic about something

Full Definition of HOOKED

1
:  having the form of a hook
2
:  provided with a hook
3
:  made by hooking <a hooked rug>
4
a :  addicted to narcotics
b :  fascinated by or devoted to something

Examples of HOOKED

  1. Her friends talked her into playing golf, and now she's hooked.

First Known Use of HOOKED

before 12th century
HOOKED Defined for Kids

hooked

adjective \ˈhkt\

Definition of HOOKED for Kids

1
:  shaped like or provided with a hook <a hooked beak>
2
:  fascinated by or fond of something <He's hooked on computer games.>

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