swacked

adjective
\-kt\

Definition of swacked 

slang

: drunk, plastered may come home late and be too swacked to remember— George Sklar

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History and Etymology for swacked

probably from Scots dialect swacked, past participle of swack to drink deeply, perhaps from Middle English (Scots) swakken to fling, dash, strike

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