Definition of coked–up
: high on cocaine Depending on whom you listen to, he was either too lazy, too broke or too coked-up to go out on assignment … — Anna Quindlen, Newsweek, 2 June 2003 Two men, two friends, enter a place of business, both—to use the vernacular—coked to the gills. — Lucius Shepard, Playboy, September 1986
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