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zoned (out)

In a state of suspended focus, attention, or awareness, as due to boredom, fatigue, or intoxication. A: "Did you catch what the boss said about the policy changes?" B: "Not really. I was zoned out for most of the meeting." The pain medication the doctors gave me is really strong, so I've been pretty zoned all day.
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zoned

verb
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In the 1960s, as a way to attract tax dollars, Hoffman Estates zoned newly annexed property for multi-family housing.
As a result, Lakewood's property remained zoned for agricultural use.
If you've been careful about watering and your correctly zoned plants still don't grow well, talk with your county extension agent about plants suited to your native soil.
"We know that certain kinds of church activities can be prohibited under zoning such as 'accessory uses' which, in zoned cities, are not protected by the first amendment but are protected in unzoned Houston by property rights." (See "Quiet Crusade," December 1987.)
Areas zoned for residential use are the most difficult to advertise in.
Buildings in high-density residential zones would top out at 360 feet, and high-density zoned commercial buildings at 495 feet.