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"stoked" - adjective - to be "stoked" is to be completely and intensely enthusiastic, exhilirated, or excited about something. those who are stoked all of the time know this; being stoked is the epitome of all being. when one is stoked, there is no limit to what one can do.

also, "stoke" - verb - one can "stoke" oneself out by facing challenges or by revving up an engine within oneself to accomplish that which one desires.

*being too stoked just means that you're still not stoked enough*
"Man oh man am i stoked for our upcoming snowboarding trip!"

"Perchance you'd like to stoke yourself out and ask that girl out!"
作者 roxbury 2004年12月07日
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When someone is really happy or excited about something.
When Billy got a shiny new bike for Christmas, he was stoked.
作者 zanny 2004年5月24日
To be in a state of happiness, excitement, anticipation, pride, and optimism. Word used often in Southern California by most surfers and skateboarders.
I'm so stoked about this party.
作者 Jon Thomas 2005年10月03日
excited, psyched, pumped up
in response to something that makes you excited: "I know, i'm so stoked."
作者 Ian 2003年4月04日
another word for being monged out on weed
are you stoked man no way im gona sleep with her, shes got 1 leg.
作者 phil stevens 2007年8月25日
1. Verb: Past tense of "to stoke":
To feed or tend a furnace or fire.

2. Verb: Past tense of "to stoke": To eat a lot, often rapidly.

3. Adjective: Extremely happy and excited.
1. I stoked the fire for most of the night because everyone else was exhausted.

2. He stoked himself on Mama's good home cooking before returning to the mill for the 3rd shift.

3. "Man, I am so stoked; I aced that algebra test today and Karen actually smiled at me."
作者 Tony S. 2004年2月03日
*really anxious and excited about something
tom was stoked to go to the new skatepark's grand opening.
作者 qtiptt 2007年4月30日

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