spaz


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spaz

or spazz  (spăz)Often Offensive Slang
n. pl. spazz·es
One who is considered clumsy or inept.
intr.v. spazzed, spazz·ing, spazz·es
To be clumsy or inept.
Phrasal Verb:
spaz out
To become angry, upset, or excited.

[Short for spastic and spasm.]

spaz

(spæz)
n
an incompetent fool
vb (intr) , spazzes, spazzing or spazzed
US to lose self-control

spaz


(spaz),
n.
usage: This term is used with disparaging intent, esp. by children, and is perceived as insulting to disabled people.
n. Slang: Disparaging and Offensive.
(a term used to refer to a stupid, dull, awkward, or odd person.)
[1960–65; shortening and alter. of spastic]
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I look back very fondly on my days in Easton working with my mentor Gene Hartzell and hanging out with Spaz and other friends at Larry Holmes Ringside Restaurant.
We do get upset by terminology and I don't know what spaz or spastic means in the States.
He was one of the few skaters that didn't look like a spracked-out spaz shocker.
Spaz is a bit of a misfit, a cerebral palsy sufferer with no parents, no real friends, no brothers and sisters.