Top Definition
When you're not overwhelmed, or underwhelmed. You're just neutral.
"How are you, Ginger, my love, my dove, my fire?"

"Oh, fair strapping lad, I am whelmed, that is all."
by Jinjus August 07, 2007
A state of being where you are not over-excited nor unimpressed, but just satisfied and calm.
"I know it's hard, but try to stay whelmed."
- Robin Young Justice (2011)
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by RJDG-Fanatic May 18, 2016
It does NOT mean indifference. It means:

1. To be submerged, turned-over, or covered up. Or, more commonly,
2. To be so over-taken with emotion or excitement that one feels "turned upside down" or completely engulfed.

It does NOT mean "neutral" or BETWEEN "underwhelmed" and "overwhelmed". If anything, "whelmed" means to be overwhelmed or just slightly less excited than "overwhelmed".
I was whelmed by the majestic view on top of the mountain.

The dance was so whelming, I was almost overwhelmed.
by NorCalBruin September 08, 2010
(Adj.)In a state of satisfaction or appreciation.
I was perfectly whelmed by the attention I received on my birthday - gifts from my close friends and a nice dinner at home with family.

Chastity: I know you can be overwhelmed, and you can be underwhelmed, but can you ever just be whelmed?
Bianca: I think you can in Europe.

~ 10 Things I Hate about You
by AllStrangeWonders November 17, 2010
a state of utter neutrality where one is neither under or over whelmed

can most commonly be used when a fact is given, intending to be interesting, but in fact is completely useless
Person 1: I found out something really interesting today

Person 2: oh yeah?

Person 1: The average person drinks four cups of tea per week

Person 2: I am whelmed by that information
by stigmato October 19, 2010
To be so thoroughly unmoved by something that even being underwhelmed is too much effort. A state of complete apathy.
"How was American Idol last night?"

"It was absolutely average. I was completely whelmed."
by thurmability March 01, 2009
The definition of overwhelmed or underwhelmed is a variant of to much or to little of an expected emotion, that would mean whelmed would be an exact feeling of emotion that was previously expected.
1) The first movie was terrible . As a result i was whelmed with the results of the sequel.
( note that whelmed can only be truly understood by people who know or understand your feeling before the events that you are describing in said sentence.)
by Vecter V August 30, 2016
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