from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To stupefy; stun.
- transitive v. To intoxicate with drugs or alcohol: "zonk their patients with tranquilizers” ( Psychology Today).
- intransitive v. To become intoxicated with drugs or alcohol.
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- n. An unfavorable card or token, or undesirable or worthless item used as a prize in a contest or game show (such as Let's Make a Deal).
- n. A feeling of a drug taking hold.
- v. To make (someone) sleepy or delirious.
- v. To become exhausted, sleepy or delirious.
But now, waking up from The Obama Show is like being on "Let's Make a Deal" and trading in your winning prize hidden under box number 1 for the "zonk" behind curtain number 2.
Although he's found that some players are less willing to risk losing prize money in the current economy, he's equally surprised by how many gamble on the tantalizing possibility of a valuable prize versus the risk of a "zonk," something silly and worthless.
While she is in school or on play dates, I will give myself time to zonk out, if I need to.
Jednak ponieważ zakazany owoc kusi, wielu z nich dokonuje aktualizacji, tudzież instalacji, żeby zobaczyć co nowego i czy można już przestać wylewać łzy po, odchodzącej w niepamięć, wersji 3.5: P. Wielu spotyka w takim momencie zonk w postaci czarnej tapety na pulpicie i zaczyna się lament, na różnych forach, że znowu dostaliśmy wersję oznaczoną okrągłym numerem, która tak naprawdę jest jeszcze wczesną alfą i wraca do stabilnego GNOME.
You thank your genetic and behavioral disposition to be able to zonk out in the seated position.
I can drink a gallon of coffee at 6: 00pm and still zonk out at 10 p.m. as if on command.
Media focus has been on Miami the last two weeks with the Super Bowl, and now that the Saints have won and taken the trophy back to New Orleans - site of the future HBO series 'Treme' - it's FINALLY time for Toobworld to address a Miami zonk from last year......
When I booked the flight, I made sure it was a non-stop flight (United Flight 315 from La Guardia) so I could take a sleeping pill and zonk out.
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Putting the Clinton money together with the Obama mojo would be really impressive! zonk wrote on January 7, 2008 10: 45 AM: