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Definition of triggered


  • To be visibly agitated and annoyed by something, often online, and lash out, often excessively or in an over-the-top manner.
    "You seem triggered, brah"
    "He gets triggered whenever someone says something positive about the president."

    Last edited on Feb 11 2023. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 11 2023.

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