Definition of Ripped
1. Verb. (past of rip) ¹
2. Adjective. Torn, either partly or into separate pieces. ¹
3. Adjective. Pulled away from forcefully. ¹
4. Adjective. In data storage, transferred to a hard disk from another portable media form ¹
5. Adjective. Copied or stolen usually from an identified source. ¹
6. Adjective. (bodybuilding): Having extremely low bodyfat content so that the shape of the underlying muscles become pronounced. Said especially of well-defined abdominal muscles. ¹
7. Adjective. (slang) Drunk, inebriated (possibly generalized to stoned). ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Ripped
1. rip [v] - See also: rip
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Literary usage of Ripped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1823)
"Thou hadst a heart, Over all space—all animated things, Stranded and gasping—ripped up for his blubber, A ready tear for all—The dying whale, By Alan, ..."
2. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1858)
"... of proceedings on Choice of Committee—Why this Subject Is ripped up A Division of Talent and Labor in the Revolution—No Supernatural Men engaged In It ..."
3. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"a Snider bullet ripped its way through the tent wall. The men swore. " It's that bloomin' deserter from the ..."
4. Hawthorne and His Circle by Julian Hawthorne (1903)
"... I had a murder on my conscience"—None can tell the secret origin of his thoughts—A singularly beautiful young woman—She actually ripped the man open— No ..."
5. Hawthorne and His Circle by Julian Hawthorne (1903)
"... murder on my conscience"—None can tell the secret origin of his thoughts—A singularly beautiful young woman—She actually ripped the man open— No leagues ..."
6. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1871)
"... bul never an Enemy—Jefferson befriended by all Factions—The Reasons—Explanations of proceedings on Choice of Committee—Why this Subject is ripped up—A ..."