Definition of Tetched

1. Adjective. (chiefly US colloquial) Touched: mildly deranged, somewhat mentally dysfunctional. ¹



2. Adjective. (chiefly US colloquial) Touched: physically contacted, impacted, or handled. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tetched

1. crazy [adj] - See also: crazy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tetched

tetanus toxin
tetanus vaccine
tetanuses
tetany
tetany cataract
tetany of alkalosis
tetard
tetartanopia
tetartemorion
tetartemorions
tetartohedral
tetartohedrism
tetartohedrisms
tetaug
tetch
tetched (current term)
tetched in the haid
tetched in the head
tetchier
tetchiest
tetchily
tetchiness
tetchinesses
tetchy
tete
tete-a-tete
tete a tete
tetel
tetels
tetes

Literary usage of Tetched

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1. Plantation Pageants by Joel Chandler Harris (1899)
"I fetched a whoop or two — you know how I kin holler, suh —» an' de dog tuck a seven-rail fence an' never tetched it; no, suh, ..."

2. Underground: Or, Life Below the Surface. Incidents and Accidents Beyond the by Thomas Wallace Knox (1876)
"He had a funny way, too, that if anybody tetched him round the tail, or sides, or back, he wouldn't bite that feller, but he would bite the man that was ..."

3. The Underground World: A Mirror of Life Below the Surface, with Vivid by Thomas Wallace Knox (1877)
"He had a funny way, too, that if anybody tetched him round the tail, or sides, or back, he wouldn't bite that feller, but he would bite the man that was ..."

4. The Underground World: a Mirror of Life Below the Surface ...: Hidden Works by Thomas Wallace Knox (1879)
"He had a funny war, too, that if anybody-tetched him round the tail, or sides, or back, he wouldn't bite that feller,'but he would bite the man that was ..."

5. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"One time he put his han' in a crawfish nes' en got nipt, en anudder time he tetched a eel, en it made de col' chills run 'cross 'im. Yit he kep' on. ..."

6. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1888)
"... of even thing like a gun or fire-arm, partook of the general fervor, and boasted effusively that she had actually " tetched" Marse John's big " pistils. ..."

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