Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
1US informal Behave in an irrational or erratic way; panic or become hysterical.
- ‘she wigged out and started screaming at Sam’
- ‘But the long and the short of it was that the baby boomer's father lit up and proceeded to wig out.’
- ‘She seemed resigned rather than annoyed, and although I was wigging out at the thought of another month in my current state, what could I do?’
- ‘He was totally wigging out, his head all wagging back and forth.’
- ‘You've been wigged out ever since I got here, you're totally different!’
- 1.1wig someone out, wig out someoneMake someone feel distressed, unsettled, or annoyed.
- ‘it would wig me out to have people on my property’
Are You Learning English? Here Are Our Top English Tips