bummed

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adjective \ˈbəmd\
variants: or

bummed out

Definition of bummed

US, informal

  1. :  in low spirits :  unhappy, depressed, disappointed Morale at Mirage is practically nonexistent. Having been extended ninety days more has everyone terminally bummed. — Dick Runels I was so bummed. I was going to have to relive the sixties. — Polly Frost The awful truth about their past leaves them pretty bummed out … — Michael Sauter

First Known Use of bummed

1971



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