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Saturday Word: Banjanxed

ban·janx·ed (ˈbændʒækst):
origin: 1930's, Anglo-Irish

1. Broken, ruined, shattered; confounded.
2. Tired, sleepy, cream crackered.

“Don't overdo or you'll feel knackered or banjaxed.”
- Out of Ireland (8): Nixers, Gurriers and Eejits

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Tags: adjective, anglo-saxon, b, irish, slang, unknown etymology, wordsmith: theidolhands

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