wiped out

adjective

Definition of wiped out

1 slang : intoxicated, high
2 : extremely tired : exhausted

Examples of wiped out in a Sentence

  1. I am completely wiped out.

  2. felt wiped out for several weeks after getting the flu

First Known Use of wiped out

1965


WIPED OUT Defined for English Language Learners

wiped out

adjective

Definition of wiped out for English Language Learners

  • : extremely tired



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