adjective Date: 15th century 1. laid waste ; ravaged 2. impaired in strength or health ; emaciated 3. archaic gone by ; elapsed <
the chronicle of wasted time — Shakespeare
4. unprofitably used, made, or expended <
wasted effort
5. slang intoxicated from drugs or alcohol

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