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Definition of cised

cised

adjective

  • "excited". Popular in Washington, D.C. in mid to late 1980's, became popular again around 1999.
    I'm cised because she gave me her phone number!

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Loren from Clinton, MD, USA on Feb 28 2003.

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