See also: pod, POD, pod-, pód, po'd, -pod, and -pód

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EtymologyEdit

Euphemistic and abbreviated form of pissed off.

AdjectiveEdit

PO'd (comparative more PO'd, superlative most PO'd)

  1. (colloquial, euphemistic) Annoyed; irritated; angry; fed up.
    • 1972, Patrick M. McGrady, The love doctors, page 356:
      Wilbur was PO'd, of course. Didn't speak to her for six hours ...
    • 2008, William Frank Buckley, The Reagan I Knew, page 198:
      ... told Nancy he was PO'd up to his keister with--pause! ...

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