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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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You can enjoy your samgyupsal and soju cocktails at home while spazzing and watching with your friends your favorite Korean drama or variety show on Viu.
Judge me for spazzing if you like but you only saw the 30sec aftermath which was classy in comparison to what he said to us inside the grocery store where we discovered him lying on the floor after we had repeatedly & politely asked him to leave multiple locations during the course of the day.
We know this because we never see the claw spazzing out.
"Like I said, it's cut down on my spasm, so I would be able to do a little better work than spazzing out all the time, falling out of my chair and stuff like that."