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- adjective Stupefied or disoriented from or as if from a drug.
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confused, stupefiedor disorientedthrough the action of a narcotic drug(or as if so intoxicated)
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- adjective confused or disoriented as if intoxicated through taking a drug
- adjective stupefied by (or as if by) some narcotic drug
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"Remember how confusing it was in the beginning?" she asked the crowd between songs in a spaced-out countenance.
Star Slinger is helping DC9 celebrate its eight-year anniversary with his spaced-out electronic music, which should allow the audience to quickly devolve into a dance party.
Tate Modern, SE1, Thu to 5 JunSkye SherwinS1 Artspace continues to establish itself on the contemporary art-world map with this unashamedly spaced-out show of Jennifer West film installations.
I add a little extra for being all spaced-out, of course.
Here's some more bad scheduling news: The Knicks' struggles coincide with a relatively spaced-out schedule that's about to become a grind this week.
Tobolewski might skirt dangerously close to the kind of spaced-out geometric mannerisms that, in a less sensitive artist, would betray a paperback misreading of the cosmic implications of chaos theory.
Withdraw, run away, shut down, sit spaced-out in front of the TV
But the album's title track is all spaced-out trash talk, with Weezy vaunting over what sounds like a mutant Run-D. M.C.
While most photography might be said to make sense of the world in recognisable images, Rana uses photography to dissolve recognition into a spaced-out wonderment.
On first viewing, the participants didn't look promising – gobby, spaced-out, bizarre – and that was just the teachers.