- to fall asleep very promptly
- to fall asleep, mostly because of physical tiredness or the influences of drugs or alcohol
- to lose consciousness from exhaustion, or intoxication, etc.
- After a very hard-working day, she zonked out.
- Some babies get frustrated easily and tend to zonk out.
- It’s good to read a book when you’ve had a long day and want to zonk out.
- Some drinks in the evening may help you hurriedly zonk out, but they also may wake you up hours later.
- The neck pillows are helpful for kids to zonk out if they’re traveling or away from their bed.
- The baby zonks out after a day of exhausting play.
- It can also be pretty darn adorable to hear your zonked-out baby let out the occasional snore.
- Kathy a heavy sleeper with a history of zonking out while reading.
- Melatonin is a hormone that induces sleep, so decreased levels mean you’ll have a tough time zonking out.
The slang “zonk out,” which means “knock out,” has gained colossal popularity around 1940-50, and after 1960, it was started to be used in prints worldwide.
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