Having or symptomatic of a psychedelic narcotics experience: a tripped-out laughing jag (1960s+ Narcotics)
She spoke a few words to one of the young girls in attendance, who instantly curtsied, and tripped out of the room.
She tripped out, while Gus watched her, an odd expression on his face.
If we misjudged you and fancied you had tripped out to put your hand in ours, it was only because we were so eager and so smitten.
Mrs. Peter broke off in some confusion, and tripped out to meet her husband in the hall.
And as Gondremark tripped out of a private door, she touched a bell, and gave the order to admit the Prince.
"I hear Edward's step and voice," and she tripped out of the room.
He snatched up his tall hat, bowed, smiled, and tripped out of the room.
He was there but a short time, when Hattie tripped out and took his arm.
She put on her hat and tripped out with him, knowing well that she had been summoned to hear the old story.
"Gillian's 'Aunt Jane,'" said Anna, when the visitor had tripped out.