wigged-out

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wigged-out ‎(comparative more wigged-out, superlative most wigged-out)

  1. (informal) Very excited; crazy, frantic, zany.
    • 2001, Ginny Parker, "Tokyo Takes a Trip," Time, 9 July:
      Others are getting their kicks through the increasingly wacky, wigged-out Tokyo getups that look like something imported from Carnaby Street.
    • 2002, Debra Rosenberg and Suzanne Smalley, "'I Felt Like I Wanted To Hurt People'," newsweek.com, 22 July:
      In Phoenix, a man bit off and swallowed the thumb of his 2-year-old son in a wigged-out attempt to mix their DNA.

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