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Zonked Out ( very tired so resting or falling asleep ... )

"Zonked Out"

"Zonked out" describes the feeling of not wanting to do anything because you are so tired.

Example: "It was a long day, and I'm really zonked out. Let's just go to bed."

"Zonking out" is doing nothing but resting or going to sleep.

Example: "Do you want to do anything tonight?" Reply: "No, let's just go home and zonk out."

You feel "zonked out" when you feel really tired and you don't want to do anything but rest.

Example: "Your dog is really zonked out." Reply: "Yes, she was running all day so she's really tired."

Example: "How are you feeling?" Reply: "I'm really zonked out." Reply: "You should get some rest."

You "zonk out" when you feel so tired that you do nothing or just go to bed.

Example: "I don't want to go home to your place. You're just going to zonk out."

You might rest and do nothing or you might just go to bed when you "zonk out".

Example: "We were really tired from the day, so we just zonked out."

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