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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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It's as if pain and pleasure, belief and disbelief had got all smudged together, and the movies had become some schizzy form of put-on.
Speaking with a schizzy detachment that makes Emerick's performance daring, her terrible insight that "it's nice to know your own worth" takes the play into serious territory.
The sight of polka dots or any other circular object sends her into a trance, from which emerge two schizzy personae: Anne Bowman, an aggressively "experienced" older woman, and stereotypically "sassy" black mama Tylene.