\ 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.

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Multiple studies have shown a significant protection against oxidative damage - as much as 20-27 percent reduction - with regular consumption of fresh, powdered or juiced blueberries. Molly Kimball, NOLA.com, "Why you should eat blueberries every day (or at least regularly)," 15 May 2018 That’s why camp is good, that’s why everyday these guys are juiced and ready to roll. Albert Breer, SI.com, "For Pete Carroll’s Seahawks, It’s Time to Compete Again," 11 June 2018 Apples and oranges, mostly in juiced form, makes up the vast bulk of that. Paul Stephen, San Antonio Express-News, "Your guide to your store’s funky fruits: What’s good, how to eat them," 13 June 2018 Keep your grains of salt handy, especially over battery life claims, which are notoriously juiced industry-wide. Brian Barrett, WIRED, "It's Time to Get Excited About the Future of PCs. (Yes, PCs)," 8 June 2018 Steamed clams wallow in an intensely corny broth made from husks, cobs, and juiced kernels. Mike Sula, Chicago Reader, "Saba is stealthy Italian that might surprise traditionalists," 31 May 2018 That question, too, lacks a fulfilling public answer at this point, and the fact that the league steadfastly denied the existence of a juiced ball until last week’s announcement doesn’t help matters there. Emma Baccellieri, SI.com, "The Home Runs Keep Increasing, But Are the Baseballs Different After All?," 29 May 2018 Since then, writers and researchers have used various methods—analyzing publicly available statistics, X-raying baseballs, and firing them out of cannons—in an attempt to confirm the juiced-ball hypothesis. Fox News, "Sudden death of Baltimore politician rattles Md. gov race," 11 May 2018 This drink uses one whole juiced Granny Smith apple mixed with either bourbon or mezcal. Shelbie Lynn Bostedt, RedEye Chicago, "Drink your way to health with these 'nutritious' cocktails," 8 June 2017

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First Known Use of juiced

1592, in the meaning defined at sense 3

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English Language Learners Definition of juiced

US, informal : very excited : full of energy

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