stonkered

/ˈstɒŋkəd / (say 'stongkuhd) Colloquial

verb
1. past tense and past participle of stonker.
adjective
2. defeated; destroyed; overthrown.
3. confounded; discomfited.
4. drunk.
5. extremely lethargic or incapacitated, as after a large meal, heavy exercise, etc.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • stonkered — [“stonka^d] 1. mod. killed. □ The car crashed into him and he was stonkered for sure. □ He was stonkered before the plane hit the ground. 2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. □ My buddy here is stonkered and needs a ride, and can I have one, too? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • stonkered — 1: to be drunk or under the influence. 2: to be tired or fatigued. 3: to be full after a meal Oh man I m absolutely Stonkered …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Stonkered — 1. defeated; destroyed; overthrown; 2. exhausted; 3. drunk; 4. extremely lethargic or incapacitated, as after a large meal …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • stonkered — Australian Slang 1. defeated; destroyed; overthrown; 2. exhausted; 3. drunk; 4. extremely lethargic or incapacitated, as after a large meal …   English dialects glossary

  • stonkered — stonk|ered [ staŋkərd ] adjective AUSTRALIAN INFORMAL 1. ) extremely tired 2. ) extremely drunk …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • stonkered — adj a. drunk b. destroyed, out of action, devastated or exhausted. (For the probable derivation see stonker.) …   Contemporary slang

  • stonkered — adjective Austral./NZ informal utterly exhausted or defeated. ↘drunk. Origin 1920s: from Scots and north. Engl. stonk game of marbles , perh. of imitative origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • stonkered — adjective AustrE informal very tired …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • stonkered — Adj. Very intoxicated with drink or drugs. Orig. Aust./N.Z …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • stonkered — UK [ˈstɒŋkə(r)d] / US [ˈstɑŋkərd] adjective Australian informal 1) extremely tired 2) extremely drunk …   English dictionary

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