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weird out

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weird out (third-person singular simple present weirds out, present participle weirding out, simple past and past participle weirded out)

  1. (slang, transitive) To, by weirdness, make someone feel uneasy or uncomfortable; to make one feel (that something is) weird.
    • 2000, Angel (TV, episode 2.10)
      Man, somehow that weirds me out more than the whole bloodsucking thing.
    • 1996, Sling Blade (movie)
      I don't know why you're so weirded out. This is not San Quentin, it's just a nuthouse.

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