smacked-out

adj
addicted to or under the influence of her-oin (smack)
Nathan had staked everything he had ever worked for on this loser who was too smacked out to worry about taking MOM Records into the bankruptcy court.' (Platinum Logic, Tony Parsons, 1981)

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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