schiz

schiz out

1. slang To be extremely mentally agitated or to lose control of one's emotions or thought processes; to have an emotional or mental breakdown. "Schiz" is an informal shortening of "schizophrenia." Potentially offensive. She must have stopped taking her meds, because she's started schizing out again lately. I heard he schized out after his wife left him.
2. slang By extension, to get extremely upset; to freak out. Potentially offensive. My parents would schiz out if they found out I took the car without telling them! We'll get these issues sorted out before the product's launch—stop schizing out!
See also: out, schiz

schizz out

1. slang To be extremely mentally agitated or to lose control of one's emotions or thought processes; to have an emotional or mental breakdown. "Schizz" is an informal shortening of "schizophrenia." Potentially offensive. She must have stopped taking her meds, because she's started schizzing out again lately. I heard he schizzed out after his wife left him.
2. slang By extension, to get extremely upset; to freak out. Potentially offensive. My parents would schizz out if they found out I took the car without telling them! We'll get these issues sorted out before the product's launch—stop schizzing out!
See also: out
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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In Anti-Oedipus Deleuze and Guattari had celebrated the revolutionary possibilities of the "schiz," which was not to be confused with the empirical schizophrenic.
Spouse -.674 .510 Other family 1.09 2.98 Friend/acquaintance .006 1.01 Stranger -.141 .868 (No victim) (-.281) Constant -.443 Nagelkerke [R.sup.2] .106 Table 4: Main and Interaction Effects of Predicted Role Incongruence Measures on Verdict (n=4842) Model 1 Model 2 Variables (75) B Exp (B) B Exp (B) Female .736 *** 2.09 .499 1.65 Schiz./psych.
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Every born-man', including Bren Cameron, 'is a schiz', (23) their values, memories, and plans in constant flux.
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The first notation was "clt is 32yo, cauc F, schiz." We thumbed through pages of progress notes, social histories, and assessments, and as we read some of the less judgmental comments to her, she began to sob: This is so upsetting because they have it all mixed up.
He allegedly said: "As soon as I got Holly out of the bath and everything, and realised she was dead, Jessica went schiz. I took her downstairs into the living room.
He added: 'As soon as I got Holly out of the bath and everything, and realised she was dead, Jessica just went schiz.
The program Wherever You Are, You're Home was exceptional, and included Leonard Lee's Memoir of a Fortune Cookie Factory (Canada), a valentine to his family's 30-year-old business; Wook Steven Heo spent a day with a hardworking Korean couple in Texas Doughnut Shop; Jane Wong's Dim Sum (A Little Bit of Heart) (U.K.), 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.S.) was a shot from the past (an Oscar winner from 1975).
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.
Dermatophytosis caused by microsporium canis and microsporium gypseum in free living bradypus variegates (schiz, 1825) in the state of pernambuco, Brazil.