wackest

wack

1 [wak] Slang.
noun
adjective
2.
very bad: All drugs are bad, but crack is wack.
3.
extreme; far-out.

Origin:
1935–40; perhaps back formation from wacky

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wack or wacker (wæk, ˈwækə)
 
n
dialect (Liverpool), (Midland English) friend; pal: used chiefly as a term of address
 
[perhaps from dialect wack or whack to share out, hence one who shares, a friend]
 
wacker or wacker
 
n
 
[perhaps from dialect wack or whack to share out, hence one who shares, a friend]

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whack definition


and wack
  1. tv.
    to strike someone or something. : Larry reached down and wacked the dog across the snout.
  2. n.
    a blow or hit (at someone or something). : She landed a nasty wack on his thigh.
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w(h)ack (so) (out) definition


  1. tv.
    to kill somebody. (Underworld.) : Willie made another try at whacking Albert out last evening.
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w(h)ack (sth) (out) definition


  1. tv.
    to rob a place; to swindle a business establishment. (Underworld.) : Did your guys wack the church collection box?
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