verb (used with object) Informal.
Definition for psyched (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), psyched, psych·ing.
Examples from the Web for psyched
“When I first heard about it, I was psyched,” says H. Jon Benjamin, who voices Archer.‘Archer,’ the Hilarious Animated Spy Series, Reinvents Itself|Marlow Stern|January 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This is a question that a lot of people I interview are psyched about, and they have their answer locked and loaded.
Will Portman, now a junior at Yale, writes in the Yale Daily News that he is “psyched” he and his father are on the same page.
Send them just as they are this moment, well rested, suited up, psyched for brutal combat, send the entire NFL!
I cried with her when she won her Oscar and was psyched everybody liked her.
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Cultural definitions for psyched (1 of 2)
In Roman mythology, a beautiful girl who was visited each night in the dark by Cupid, who told her she must not try to see him. When she did try, while he was asleep, she accidentally dropped oil from her lamp on him, and he awoke and fled. After she had performed many harsh tasks set by Cupid's mother, Venus, Jupiter made her immortal, and she and Cupid were married. Her name is Greek for both “soul” and “butterfly.”
Cultural definitions for psyched (2 of 2)
The mind, soul, or spirit, as opposed to the body. In psychology, the psyche is the center of thought, feeling, and motivation, consciously and unconsciously directing the body's reactions to its social and physical environment.