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trippy

[ trip-ee ]
/ ˈtrɪp i /
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adjective Informal.
evoking a feeling reminiscent of the altered state produced by psychedelic drugs: The festival features a trippy animated display that changes over the course of the day.Upcoming listening sessions include some ambient, trippy electronica.
strange or weird: It’s trippy to finally complete a story that you started decades ago.
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Origin of trippy

First recorded in 1965–70; trip1 (in the sense “euphoria experienced under the influence of hallucinogenic drugs”) + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for trippy

trippy
/ (ˈtrɪpɪ) /

adjective -pier or -piest
informal suggestive of or resembling the effect produced by a hallucinogenic drug
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