Synonyms for hooked
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOOKED
The window was wide open, and the wooden shutters were hooked back.
Then I found it had an iron hook and was hooked down tight to the garden.
I said I didn't know; but when he wasn't looking I hooked it.
For a moment Thad could see great, hooked fangs in that jaw.
Peters clubbed Tremont's foot from the tank rack he had hooked with the toe.
He must have hooked his missus's stocking with all the savings gained at very hard work.
The rudder is hooked to this by means of two hooks called pintles.
He slung the air-tanks over his shoulder and hooked them to the suit.
Those ships have been put out in orbit, where we're hooked on to one of them.
Try the back door; that's the most liable to be only bolted and hooked.
Old English hoced, "shaped like a hook, crooked, curved;" past participle adj. from hook (v.). From mid-14c. as "having hooks;" 1610s as "caught on a hook;" 1925 as "addicted," originally in reference to narcotics. hooked rug is recorded from 1880.