juiced

adjective
\ ˈjüst How to pronounce juiced (audio) \

Definition of juiced

1 : full of energy and motivation : excited
2 slang : drunk sense 1a
3 : containing juice usually used in combination precious-juiced flowers— William Shakespeare

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Examples of juiced in a Sentence

The band's fans were juiced about the upcoming concert. I've been juiced for this Caribbean cruise for almost a year.
Recent Examples on the Web That can mostly be blamed on the juiced (or at least different) ball, one that is way more aerodynamic than that of years past. Jon Tayler, SI.com, "Ranking the 10 Best Home Runs of 2019 So Far," 4 July 2019 Those little pips are tart, sweet and so delicious when eaten by the handful, juiced or reduced down to a syrupy thick molasses. Washington Post, "8 recipes featuring the pomegranate, the jewel of fruits," 9 Jan. 2020 BetMGM has factored in these things before making their line, hence the Under 4.5 catches is juiced to -143. Geoff Clark, USA TODAY Sportsbook Wire, "2020 Super Bowl Prop Betting: Conquer Deebo Samuel receiving props," 29 Jan. 2020 Plus the juiced up line is what LEANS me to BUCKS -9.5 (-115) in this game. Geoff Clark, USA TODAY Sportsbook Wire, "Boston Celtics at Milwaukee Bucks odds, picks and best bets," 16 Jan. 2020 Zlaket, naturally, has no control over whether pitchers and fans will accept that contention – nor, for now, do the scientists aiming to find a cure for the game’s juiced-ball blues. Gabe Lacques, USA TODAY, "MLB study on juiced balls can't explain much: 'Have to accept ... the baseball is going to vary'," 11 Dec. 2019 DEAD-BALL OCTOBER Cardinals manager Mike Shildt and St. Louis’ analytics department are wondering what happened to the juiced baseball. San Diego Union-Tribune, "LEADING OFF: Paxton vs Verlander in ALCS, day off for NLCS," 12 Oct. 2019 Most pitching coaches have the life span of fruit flies, especially in this age of launch angles and juiced baseballs. Paul Sullivan, chicagotribune.com, "Column: Most pitching coaches have the life span of fruit flies — but not the White Sox’s Don Cooper," 3 Oct. 2019 As front offices place more emphasis on OPS and juiced baseballs fly out of parks at record rates, the stigma attached to strikeouts has faded. Mike Digiovanna, Los Angeles Times, "Angels’ Albert Pujols hangs on as member of vanishing breed: .300 career hitters," 27 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of juiced

1592, in the meaning defined at sense 3

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“Juiced.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/juiced. Accessed 19 Apr. 2021.

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juiced

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of juiced

US, informal : very excited : full of energy

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