Definition of Hopped-up
1. Adjective. (of an automobile) having the engine modified to give extra power. "A hopped-up jalopy"
2. Adjective. Under the influence of narcotics.
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Literary usage of Hopped-up
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1904)
"At first he hopped up to the left of the door; on the far end covered ... And in the second of this new series he hopped up on the side of the cage much as ..."
2. Kindergarten Review (1902)
"But the little black creature seemed to know what they were, for it hopped up on to the lowest one, and then hopped up step by step, ..."
3. The Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer: Continued to the Present Time by Richard Burn (1797)
"... to be Hopped up, and the foil thereof fo.ld, ... as herein before directed concerning highways to be Hopped up or ..."
4. Little Folks' Land: The Story of a Little Boy in a Big World by Madge Alford Bigham (1907)
"So Jenny Wren hopped up the steps, not the least bit afraid—she knew Billy did not live there—and then she hopped up and down the porch. ..."