[1970s+; first sense probably fr jagged up, ''drunk,'' found by 1737]
Hence the jacked up volumes in our sports stadiums and the tendency for soldiers on battle missions to crave heavy metal.
Meanwhile, several states and cities have jacked up the minimum wage.
It was the most out-of-body experience because I was so jacked up on medicine.
But when he gives bad advice that would lead people into trouble, I think he ought to be jacked up.
The wheels should be jacked up just sufficiently to clear the ground.
Again a wheel is jacked up and set in motion in a tub of water in which the nuts have been placed.
Prices have not yet been jacked up to "all the traffic will stand."
It must be jacked up high enough for new trucks and a stronger kingbolt.
In the meantime, the chauffeur had tremblingly "jacked up" the car.
While one jacked up the car, another worked to get off the damaged shoe and inner tube.