Wackest

wak

Origin

First recorded in 1935–40; perhaps back formation from wacky (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Wackest

Wackest

noun

  1. wacko.
  2. Liverpool and Midland English dialect friend; pal: used chiefly as a term of address

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Wackest

adjective

  1. very bad:
  2. extreme; far-out.

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Wackest

verb (used with or without object), noun

  1. whack.

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Example sentences for Wackest

  1. And he can go from talking to his Wack Pack to talking to Julia Roberts.
  2. Thankfully, the “mother of the Wack Packers” lived up to her reputation.
  3. One of his most famous was the New York billboard he painted with the slogan “Crack is Wack.”
  4. We made our way to the store of Wack Stillman, a favourite rendezvous for the loafers and off-works.
  5. I throw out the dirt: (M) wapattikosch; (R) wacktóhsch (wack short).
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