sacked out

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of sacked out

:sound asleep
  • He was sacked out on the living room couch.

Word by Word Definitions

sack play sacked
  1. : a usually rectangular-shaped bag (as of paper, burlap, or canvas)

  2. : the amount contained in a sack

  3. : a woman's loose-fitting dress

  1. : to put in or as if in a sack

  2. : to dismiss especially summarily

  3. : to tackle (the quarterback) behind the line of scrimmage in football

  1. : any of several white wines imported to England from Spain and the Canary Islands during the 16th and 17th centuries

  1. : to plunder (a place, such as a town) especially after capture

  2. : to strip of valuables : loot

  1. : the plundering of a captured town

out play
  1. : in a direction away from the inside or center

  2. : outside

  3. : from among others

  1. : eject, oust

  2. : to identify publicly as being such secretly

  3. : to become publicly known

  1. used as a function word to indicate an outward movement

  1. : situated outside : external

  2. : out-of-bounds

  3. : situated at a distance : outlying

  1. : outside

  2. : one who is out of office or power or on the outside

  3. : an act or instance of putting a player out or of being put out in baseball

  1. : in a manner that exceeds or surpasses and sometimes overpowers or defeats


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