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Definition of fired up

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Other terms relating to 'angry, annoyed, offended':

Definitions include: slightly angry.
Definitions include: angry or annoyed.
Definitions include: very angry.
Definitions include: to make a person agitated or angry.
Definitions include: angry.
Definitions include: extremely angry; "very fed up".
Definitions include: literal translation: prone to stabbing.
Definitions include: in a bad mood.
Definitions include: Used in the expression, "What, am I wood?" which means "Don't ignore me"; "Don't act like I have no feelings"; etc.
Definitions include: See butt-hurt.
Definitions include: annoyed, angry, upset, disappointed.
Definitions include: Said if someone is confused, mad, or if someone just did something really stupid, they're drove.
Definitions include: angry.
Definitions include: an angered glance.
Definitions include: angry.

Other terms relating to 'excited, energetic':

Definitions include: overly excited.
Definitions include: to get an erection.
Definitions include: to be eager.
Definitions include: very excited.
Definitions include: excited.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: acronym for "cash rules everything around me".
Definitions include: energetic due to consumption of a stimulant.
Definitions include: excited and ready to start.
Definitions include: an energetic person.
Definitions include: excited.
Definitions include: excited; "psyched".
Definitions include: to excite a person.
Definitions include: alternative spelling of "psyched".
Definitions include: "excited".

Other terms relating to 'wild, ridiculous, extreme':

Definitions include: extreme.
Definitions include: ridiculous, absurd.
Definitions include: extreme; "all out".
Definitions include: "ridiculous".
Definitions include: to undergo a medical procedure with no regard to one-self's mental or physical comfort.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of off the hook.
Definitions include: crazy, i.e. strange, insane, or wild.
Definitions include: "off the heezy fosheezy."
Definitions include: extremely fun; exciting; wild.
Definitions include: "off the heezy for sheezy", i.e. "off the hook for sure".
Definitions include: use in place of "off the hook" meaning very good, excellent, cool, or tight.
Definitions include: "ridiculous".
Definitions include: to act foolish; under the influence of alcohol or drugs; or to do something dangerous.
Definitions include: also balls to the wall.
Definitions include: a wild party.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'fir':

Definitions include: excited and ready to start.

Other terms relating to 'up':

Definitions include: a secret advantage.
Definitions include: to misbehave.
Definitions include: acronym of "all fucked up."
Definitions include: well dressed, wearing makeup, etc.
Definitions include: doing something emphatically.
Definitions include: energetic due to consumption of a stimulant.
Definitions include: to increase.
Definitions include: to contribute one's share.
Definitions include: to mess up.
Definitions include: to make something like ass.
Definitions include: strange, stupid; "weird".
Definitions include: stupid.
Definitions include: strange / stupid.
Definitions include: to move away from.
Definitions include: to call someone to halt, particularly when the intention is to rob.

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