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.]
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spaz

(spæz)
n
an incompetent fool
vb (intr) , spazzes, spazzing or spazzed
US to lose self-control
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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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He spazzed, his gun barrel thrusting right and left as we all watched him triple whiff ...
I spazzed out for not having my Roscoe with me, but I was coming here to party with my buddies, bro.
TRYING to be nice, the pea-brain formerly known as Ginger Spice says: "The Queen has never spazzed out and lost her decorum."
"Don't you dare." Now I was the one who trembled, who spazzed all over like a Jesuit in the seminary.