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What does the acronym hooked stand for?

HOOKED abbreviation definition:
–  Addicted


devoted, prone, under the influence, enamored, dependent, strung out, obsessed, captivated, absorbed.
on the lookout, on the qui vive, glued, observant, preoccupied, all ears, hanging on every word, on one's toes, on the job, on toes, Enrapt, on lookout.
limp, slouchy, doubled over, humped, warped.
mad about, fallen for, ensorcelled, have a bug in one's ear, have a thing about, under a spell, transformed, gaga about.
Knurly, topsyturvy, tilted, meandering, screwy, Tortile, Agee, catawampus, mis-shapen, not straight, Incurving, out of shape.
arched, bowed, crooked, parabolic, serpentine, hanging, sagging, curved, beaked, bent, rounded.
nuts about, has a thing about, swept off one's feet, stuck on, enamored, silly about, wild about.
fanatical, fond, actively, ebullient, mad about something, enthusiastic, passionate, full-blooded, rousing, zealous, star-struck, eager, great, interested, keen, big, gung ho, wholehearted, evangelical, devout, aware, heartily, avid, devoted, gaga, enamored, messianic, wild, hearty, fervent, awestruck, bursting, born-again, fanatic, Into, motivated, voracious, willing, impressed, overzealous.
wrapped up in, have on the brain, hung up on, taken over, wrapped in, be set, harassed, wound up with.
Open-mouthed, openmouthed.
anywhere, using, on.
crooked, dependent, strung-out, dependant, addicted, drug-addicted, aquiline.
swept, Sagged, Swerved, Hanged, Cambered.
Examples of usage:
  1. And there beside him one as large as he, Following his hooked mate, careless who shall see Or what befall him, close and closer yet- The startled boy might take him in his net That folds the other. – Georgian Poetry 1920-22 by Various
  2. The boys each hooked the first finger of his right hand with that of his companion and then pulled until their fingers broke apart, when they each uttered the word " Honor." – The Chinese Boy and Girl by Isaac Taylor Headland
  3. The golden bait, thus adroitly hooked, soon caught the fish, and for the next year or two Mr. James Marsh had all the ready cash he needed. – John Marsh's Millions by Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow
  4. " Bet yer she hooked it out o' some shop, and had it in that bag she carried in," whispered Lotty Riker, the parcel- girl. – A Flock of Girls and Boys by Nora Perry
  5. Had it been hooked? – The Boy With the U. S. Fisheries by Francis Rolt-Wheeler