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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. offensive slang By extension, to get extremely upset; to freak out. 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!
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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.
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schiz out

verb
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What matters, after all, is not Ballard the man (or the "illustrated man")--the biography/identity of the Author is, if only from a postmodern perspective, unstable, schized, always-already slipping away.
The Scarecrow (Phil Dietz) is schized out, the Tinman (George Walker) terminally rusted and the Cowardly Lion, who doesn't appear, is off commanding a paramilitary operation in Idaho.