stoned

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adjective \ ˈstōnd \

Definition of stoned

1 :drunk 1a
2 :being under the influence of a drug (such as marijuana) taken especially for pleasure :high

Examples of stoned in a Sentence

  1. He was stoned on pot.

  2. They got stoned at the party.

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First Known Use of stoned

1952

stoned Synonyms

Synonyms
blasted [slang], blitzed [slang], bombed, high, hopped-up, loaded [slang], ripped [slang], spaced-out (or spaced), strung out, wasted [slang], wiped out [slang], zonked, zonked-out
Antonyms
sober, straight
Related Words
addicted, hooked
Near Antonyms
abstemious, abstinent, clean, temperate; clearheaded, cool, level, steady

STONED Defined for English Language Learners

stoned

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Definition of stoned for English Language Learners

  • : intoxicated by a drug (such as marijuana)


Medical Dictionary

stoned

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adjective \ ˈstōnd \

medical Definition of stoned

:being drunk or under the influence of a drug (as marijuana) taken especially for pleasure :high


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