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zonk

To exhaust someone mentally or physically. Often used in passive constructions. Sitting out in the sun all day really zonked me! The kids were zonked after swimming at the beach all day long.

zonked (out)

In a state of altered or suspended focus, attention, or awareness, as due to exhaustion or intoxication. I was up all night dealing with two sick kids, so I've been a bit pretty zonked all day. Jeff said his new medication makes him feel zonked out.
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zonked (out)

 and zounked (out) 
1. Sl. drug intoxicated. She's too zonked to drive. Jed was almost zounked out to unconsciousness.
2. . Sl. exhausted; asleep. She was totally zonked out by the time I got home. I feel zounked. Good night.
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zonked

verb
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The A- Team actually seems clear about its target audience base: video game- zonked teenagers who love to stare at a screen that keeps non- stop action coming.
As long as we don't get zonked out on sentimental detritus.
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Each of some 2,200 folks allegedly forked over $1,000 for a chance to eat the Sheraton Hotel and Towers buffet, get zonked at the open bar, mingle for an hour and watch the perfectly coiffed women elbow their way to the front of the blue rope to witness the Republican Love-In.
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And it's not in the mainstream media; you can get totally zonked there.
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She wrote songs, kept a journal, but soon grew tired of finding Buckingham on the living room rug zonked out from smoking hash.
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Later, suitably zonked, he tries to break into the locked building to retrieve it and ends up slashing his hand.