After close to a two-year wait, psych: The Musical will finally air this Sunday on USA.
Waiting patiently in a line of at least 30 ambulances, Carrasquillo was to transport a psych patient to Mt. Sinai.
Twenty years after the famous Laura Palmer mystery, the cast reunites on psych.
psych was a show always keenly aware of its spot in the pop culture universe.
Why couldn't they find a psych bed anywhere in southwestern Virginia for Gus Deeds?
He was one of these psych guys that thinks if you say it's so, it makes it so.
Maybe it was that—but I was as confused as a mouse in a psych maze.
The psych boys were beginning to remind Malone of a semi-pro football team in rather unusual uniforms.
Would you mind if I spent an hour in psych for reorientation?
Bradshaw's psych check certainly hadn't hinted at any instability.
as a noun, short for psychology in various senses (e.g. as an academic study, in student slang by 1895). As a verb, first attested 1917 as "to subject to psychoanalysis," short for psychoanalyze. From 1934 as "to outsmart" (also psych out); from 1963 as "to unnerve." However to psych (oneself) up is from 1972; to be psyched up is attested from 1968.
Variant of psycho-.
Psychiatry; psychiatric: makes it down from the psych ward on the 15th floor (1940s+)
Psychology, esp as an academic study (1895+ College students)