scuzzed out

scuzz out

To disgust, repulse, or nauseate someone; to gross someone out. A noun or pronoun can be used between "scuzz" and "out." The price was right for the budget motel, but the room they gave me totally scuzzed me out. I feel like these gory movies are aiming more to scuzz out the audience than to scare them.
See also: out, scuzz

scuzzed out

slang Disgusted, repelled, or nauseated. We were so scuzzed out when they showed us our motel room that we got right back in the car and kept on driving. The so-called horror movie was nothing but gore and violence, leaving me feeling more scuzzed out than horrified.
See also: out, scuzzed
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