schiz

schiz(z) out

Sl. to freak out; to lose mental control. What a day! I nearly schizzed out. I schizzed out during the test. Got an F.
See also: out, schiz

schiz(z) out

(skɪz...)
in. to freak out; to lose mental control. I schizzed out during the test. Got an F.
See also: out

schiz out

verb
See also: out, schiz
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He allegedly said: "As soon as I got Holly out of the bath and everything, and realised she was dead, Jessica went schiz.
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a rare portrait of the Chinese diaspora in England, in this case a grocery-store owner in Liverpool; and Curtis Choy's Dupont Guy: The Schiz of Grant Avenue (U.
Besides, with all the drugs that have been pumped into him, Spence's fine strategic mind tends to schiz out just when he needs it most.
The negative interaction of SCHIZ and PACT might be viewed as consistent with the hypothesis that PACT effects on hospital use increase with problem severity at baseline; however, the significantly positive PACT interaction with BPRS is not consistent with this interpretation.