To cause someone to feel awkward, uneasy, or unusual. A noun or pronoun can be used between "weird" and "out." The grotesque imagery in this painting really weirds me out. He really used to weird out the whole class with the strange things he used to say in high school.
Acutely disturbed, awkward, or ill at ease. His advances left me feeling pretty weirded out, so I made an excuse and left the party. I know everyone was really weirded out by the noises coming from the attic.
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Sl. disturbed or unnerved by drugs or events. I was totally weirded out and couldn't control myself. After the blowup, Fred was really weirded out.
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mod. disturbed or unnerved by drugs or events. I was totally weirded out and couldn’t control myself.
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