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Blacked

participle; clipping
Drunk to the point of losing consciousness.
 
I overheard this word used once at a party, so I’m not sure if it was a nonce word or if the person had used the word before. Based on the context, the term seemed to be a clipping of the word “blacked-out” and the way it was used was similar to the way the word “drunk” is used in the phrase “To get drunk.” Because of the context, I assume the word was used to refer specifically to loss of consciousness due to severe intoxication instead of a lack of consciousness in general.
Etymology : Possibly a clipping of the term blacked-out past participle of blackout, a temporary loss of consciousness, from black + out.
Source : Person: “Who’s the most likely to get blacked tonight?” (9/6/2019)
Last modified: 13 December 2019


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