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gone (adj.)

"hopeless, beyond recovery," 1590s, past-participle adjective from go (v.). In jazz slang as a superlative from 1946.

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Definitions of gone from WordNet

gone (adj.)
destroyed or killed;
we are gone geese
Synonyms: done for / kaput
gone (adj.)
dead;
Synonyms: asleep / at peace / at rest / deceased / departed
gone (adj.)
drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted;
Synonyms: exhausted / dog-tired / fagged / fatigued / played out / spent / washed-out / worn-out / worn out
gone (adj.)
used up or no longer available;
if we don't get there early, all the best seats will be gone
gone with the wind
gone (adj.)
well in the past; former;
sweet memories of gone summers
Synonyms: bygone / bypast / departed / foregone
gone (adj.)
stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol);
Synonyms: intoxicated / drunk / inebriated / ripped
From wordnet.princeton.edu