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wired

adjective

Simple Definition of wired

  • : very excited or full of nervous energy

  • : connected to the Internet

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of wired

  1. 1 :  reinforced by wire (as for strength)

  2. 2 a :  furnished with wires (as for electric connections) b :  connected to a telecommunications network and especially to the Internet c :  characterized by a connection to the Internet <the wired world>

  3. 3 :  bound with wire <a wired container>

  4. 4 :  having a wirework netting or fence

  5. 5 :  feverishly excited

Examples of wired in a sentence

  1. No more caffeine for me, I'm pretty wired.

  2. a group of wired teenagers



15th Century

First Known Use of wired

15th century


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