peed off

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Etymology 1[edit]

From pee off.


peed off

  1. simple past tense and past participle of pee off

Etymology 2[edit]

Either from the verb sense (above), or directly from pissed off (pee being a euphemism for piss).


peed off (comparative more peed off, superlative most peed off)

  1. (idiomatic, colloquial, euphemistic) Annoyed, irritated, angry.
    • 1962, John Charles Wahlke, The Legislative System: Explorations in Legislative Behavior, Wiley (1962), page 109,
      I was in business then. Some guy named Isidore Lubin sent forms all the time wanting to know what I was doing. I was peed off.
    • 1973, George Plimpton et al., Mad Ducks and Bears, Random House (1973), →ISBN, page 311,
      Sandusky said, "Even if the team wins, Curtis will get peed off because we didn't win big; we just won."