tricked out

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tricked out

  1. past participle of trick out


tricked out (comparative more tricked out, superlative most tricked out)

  1. (of persons and things, sometimes hyphenated) Decorated, dressed, or customized in an especially fancy, elaborate, or excessive manner.
    • 2017 January 12, Jesse Hassenger, “A literal monster truck is far from the stupidest thing about Monster Trucks”, in The Onion AV Club[1]:
      It’s a humiliating moment, to be sure. Tripp is riding to school with a bunch of other kids when a classmate pulls up alongside the bus driving a sweet, tricked-out truck, attractive young lady at his side, and shoots Tripp a derisive look.