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wack

adjective \ˈwak\

Definition of WACK

slang
:  not up to the mark :  lousy, lame <while there are skilled moments, there are wack ones as well — Danyel Smith>

Examples of WACK

  1. <that movie was wack, even by the standards of popcorn flicks>

Origin of WACK

probably alteration of wacky
First Known Use: 1984

Related to WACK

Synonyms
bastard, bush, bush-league, crummy (also crumby), deficient, dissatisfactory, ill, inferior, lame, lousy, off, paltry, poor, punk, sour, suboptimal, subpar, substandard, unacceptable, unsatisfactory, bad [slang], wanting, wretched, wrong
Antonyms
acceptable, adequate, all right, decent, fine, OK (or okay), passable, respectable, satisfactory, standard, tolerable

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stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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