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psyched (out)

 
1. Inf. excited; overwhelmed; thrilled. She's really psyched out. That's great. I'm really psyched about my new job!
2. Inf. intoxicated. She's just lying there psyched out. Two beers and a shot of whiskey and he was psyched out.
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psyched (up)

Inf. completely mentally ready (for something). I'm really psyched for this test. The team isn't psyched up enough to do a good job.
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psyched up (for something)

Inf. excited and enthusiastic. I can play a great tennis game if I'm psyched up. She is really psyched up for the game.
See also: psyche, up

psyched (out)

1. mod. excited; overwhelmed; thrilled. She’s really psyched out.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (Drugs.) She’s just lying there, so psyched out.
See also: out, psyche

psyched

verb
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psyched (up)

mod. completely mentally ready (for something). I’m really psyched for this test.
See also: psyche, up

psyched

verb
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An example of these respective positions is found when the king has agreed to sacrifice Psyche, but is irritated by the disapproval of Fox and Orual.
After she is queen, in her last years, she takes a tour through neighboring kingdoms and comes upon a small temple dedicated to her sister Psyche.
When Orual first encounters her sister after her sacrifice, she is eager for Psyche to tell her entire story.
implying that such wonders are only found in dreams, calling on the same fictive nature of dreams as stories that Psyche herself references in the beginning of her tale (111).
Since it is later made clear that Psyche is indeed telling the truth, Orual's insistence on classifying the truth of the gods as dream sets up a definition of reality as dream while the two states of being become less distinct.
For over 30 years, Psyche has delivered information systems designed exclusively for the pathology laboratory, pioneering many of the industry's leading technology innovations.
Our relationship with Psyche Systems has been terrific," states Jack Redding, President, Lifepoint informatics.
Founded in 1976, Psyche Systems Corporation has been a trusted partner to hospitals and clinics for 30 years, delivering products and services to help laboratory environments run more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Current Psyche or Seacoast customers can now add any combination of applications that they are missing to their system - from an integrated billing back end, to a LIS front end or an AP System as the middle component - based upon their needs and the functionality that they would like to incorporate.