Main Entry: shot out
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sceot ūt, scot; akin to Old High German scuz ūz, Old Norse skot shot, Old English scēotan
Date: 20th century
1: to describe unconventional behavior
2; v: the sum of unpleasant physiological effects following heavy consumption of drugs, particularly alcoholic beverages.
3;adj: outspoken or expressed without reserve
4, to describe an unruly or deterioration of an object
1- a "Your friend is shot out for stealing your boyfriend." b "That was shot out for her to cancel."
2- a "After last call at the club, I am feeling shot out this morning." b "He was so shot out after he started doing drugs."
3- a "You are shot out after getting in that guys face." b "I was acting shot out after my food was made wrong".
4- a "That house is shot out and needs to condemned." b Your truck is shot out with all the dents and rust."