also schiz·zy (skĭt′sē)
adj. schiz·i·er, schiz·i·est also schiz·zi·er or schiz·zi·est Informal
1. Offensive Slang Schizophrenic or schizoid.
2. Slang Characterized by the coexistence of disparate or antagonistic elements.

[Shortening and alteration of schizoid.]
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adj, -zier or -ziest
1. offensive having or characterized by schizophrenia
2. slang characterized by the coexistence of conflicting elements
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or schiz•zy

(ˈskɪt si)

adj. schiz•i•er or schiz•zi•er, schiz•i•est or schiz•zi•est. Slang.
schizoid or schizophrenic.
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