very bad; not of good quality
That movie was really wack.
in snowboarding, bad or unlucky
an offensive term that deliberately insults somebody who is regarded as unconventional or unpredictable
used to address a friend
After Gurdjieff's death, and while employed by Shell, Wack continued to spend several weeks a year meditating in India with another guru.
That's all I've wanted, to wack in such a place with you, with friends.
And yes, the pay structure for Wall Street vs. the rest of America looks a bit out of wack.
According to one of his colleagues, Wack believed that anticipating the future involved a similar discipline.
Do something out of wack. Get a little crazy.
I get up 'for i get down, run myself in the ground, 'for I put some wack shit out.
By the standards of Shell executives, Wack was wacky.
Kevin? She's wack! I can't believe she's marrying a guy whom she's only known for two weeks.
Wack's last years were spent at his home, a 14th century chateau, in the Dordogne region of France.
Save us Kobe! . . . Kobe for T-Wack straight up.