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Narced vs. Narked

Difference Between Narced and Narked

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Narced

Simple past tense and past participle of narc
Feb 04, 2020

Narked

An informer, especially a police informer.
Feb 04, 2020

Narced

(underwater diving) Exhibiting impaired judgment while scuba diving due to nitrogen narcosis.
On his first dive, Ralph got really narced, and thought he was turning into a sea turtle.
Feb 04, 2020

Narked

To be an informer.
Feb 04, 2020

Narked

Simple past tense and past participle of nark
Feb 04, 2020
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