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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!"
de roxbury 7 décembre 2004
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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.
de zanny 24 mai 2004
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.
de Jon Thomas 3 octobre 2005
excited, psyched, pumped up
in response to something that makes you excited: "I know, i'm so stoked."
de Ian 4 avril 2003
To be excited about something.
I am stoked about going to california!
de John WR 21 juillet 2005
| stōkd | Adjective |

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. Defined as the center of Cameron Taylor's belief structure.
Ex. Everybody is stoked to have the opportunity to become a brother of Omega Theta Alpha.
de Brother Mixx 1 avril 2011
to be so unbelievably excited about something that you start feverishly beating your gentiles to roughly the wound-up pace of the heartbeat of a very, very tiny mammal
Austin was so stoked to see the new Taylor Swift calendar that the occasion called for a trough of Vaseline, and later copious amounts of Neosporin and gauze.
de ak_alpenglow 15 janvier 2011

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