Exhausted; sapped: I’m tired and pepped out (1920+)
[pep-er] /ˈpɛp ər/ noun 1. a pungent condiment obtained from various plants of the genus Piper, especially from the dried berries, used whole or ground, of the tropical climbing shrub P. nigrum. 2. any plant of the genus Piper. Compare . 3. any of several plants of the genus Capsicum, especially C. annuum, cultivated in […]
[pep-er-uh n-sawlt] /ˈpɛp ər ənˈsɔlt/ adjective 1. composed of a fine mixture of black with white: pepper-and-salt hair. noun 2. an apparel fabric having a pepper-and-salt effect. 3. the harbinger-of-spring. adjective 1. (of cloth) marked with a fine mixture of black and white 2. (of hair) streaked with grey
[pep-er-boks] /ˈpɛp ərˌbɒks/ noun 1. a small with perforations in the top, for sprinkling .
[pep-er-boks] /ˈpɛp ərˌbɒks/ noun 1. a small with perforations in the top, for sprinkling . n. 1540s, from pepper (n.) + box (n.1). Meaning “hot-tempered person” is from 1867.