Definitions

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  • adjective informal Like a zombie in being sedate, numb, listless, and vacant.

Etymologies

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First attested in 1976; zombie +‎ -ed + out; compare the later verb zombie out (1981).

Examples

  • It's quite nice to run around outside and work on something physical to jumpstart your brain after being zombied-out in front of your computer. * sigh* Okay, also, I've been spending a lot of time developing assignments (loosely based on PAPER) for a radio instrumentation class, and needed to get back into actual research!

    Marking the PAPER Trail

  • It's quite nice to run around outside and work on something physical to jumpstart your brain after being zombied-out in front of your computer. * sigh* Okay, also, I've been spending a lot of time developing assignments (loosely based on PAPER) for a radio instrumentation class, and needed to get back into actual research!

    Archive 2009-03-12

  • Machine Man I like, but honest to goodness, I'm a little zombied-out right now.

    Evil Inc.

  • The parents are zombied-out, watching a rerun of Little House on the Prairie, my mother’s favorite show.

    Sweetblood

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