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spastic

1. a person who is affected by spasms or convulsions, esp one who has cerebral palsy
2. affected by or resembling spasms
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When he arrived home and banged on the locked door, Spaz and I watched from the living room, where the windowpane reverberated in front of our faces.
I look back very fondly on my days in Easton working with my mentor Gene Hartzell and hanging out with Spaz and other friends at Larry Holmes Ringside Restaurant.
Mark is part of the Gullywood crew, a hip-hop clique, along with 26-year-old rapper, producer and DJ, Sin aka Himesh Patel from London and 22-year old Spaz aka Rohan Mazumdar from Mumbai who sings R&B and A cappella.
I remember when my sister got married she ended up throwing a complete spaz attack.
"Spaz!" That's what some say, Itmakes me want to run away.
Is she the sports-obsessed, stay-at-home spaz satirized in the stereotype?
People tend to spaz out when it comes to freestyling, because they don't know what to do.
"But I'm just wondering if, on their last series, the Tourette's sufferer had been called a 'spaz' on a regular basis, whether Channel 4 would have let that continue."
He said: "I once overheard a customer saying they had been speaking to someone who sounded like a 'spaz'.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2004: Koertge, author of Stoner & Spaz (reviewed in KLIATT in May 2002) and other YA novels, presents another unlikely high school pair here: popular, beautiful Margaux, and skinny, idealistic Danny.
When Sajid asks Abdul if he were a "spaz" (short for spastic) for not wanting to part with his Parka, Abdul responds by asking if Sajid likes it.
Golfing superstar Tiger Woods has apologised for saying he putted like 'a spaz' during the final round at the US Masters tournament.