Definition of thugged out in US English:

thugged out

adjective

US
slang
  • Resembling a thug in dress or behaviour, tough-looking. In extended use, as a term of approval: tough, hardened, or dispassionate.

Origin

1990s. From thug + -ed + out [preposition, interjection], after participial formations such as freaked-out, weirded out, chilled out, etc.

Pronunciation

thugged out

/ˈθʌɡd ˌaʊt/