zonked out

zonked (out)

and zounked (out) (zɔŋkt... and zɑʊŋkt...)
1. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. She’s too zonked to drive.
2. mod. exhausted; asleep. She was totally zonked out by the time I got home.
See also: out, zonk
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Homeland on Channel 4 is getting more like American series 24 with every episode and Public Enemy Number One, aka Brody, is currently zonked out on drugs and staring into space.
Settling for a sarnie, I head back, and it's like stumbling through a house party at 4am - stepping over legs, girls gossiping and laughing, empty wine bottles and a lad zonked out, face on table, tongue lolling like a St Bernard.
Never mind lotus eaters, modern Tunisia can leave you zonked out and chilled out, too.
With hindsight, I should have only taken one, because they left me zonked out for much of Sunday, giving me weird, druginduced dreams.
A great number of the youngest visitors are dead asleep, zonked out in strollers, on a parent's shoulder or on a bench.
Lizzie Borden was acctually acquitted of murdering her parents, mainly because she was zonked out on laudanum while they were being chopped into cutlets.
AT REST: Amy zonked out after her ordeal Pictures: LAWRENCE / KEEBLE / SPLASH NEWS
He zonked out at the top of a 50-storey skyscraper he is helping to build.
30am, zonked out pretty quickly and were blowing away the cobwebs in the gym before midday, which is the best way to adjust to the different time zone.
Although zonked out on a cocktail of downers, he gets a new lust for life after rebonding with his childhood friends and meeting the free-spirited Sam (Natalie Portman).
Naomi Campbell Naomi is totally zonked out in the back seat of the car.