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Definition of Trippy
1. suggesting a trip on psychedelic drugs [adj -PIER, -PIEST]
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Literary usage of Trippy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Silent Readers by William Dodge Lewis, Albert Lindsay Rowland (1920)
"A long time ago little trippy Tiger went out to play. ... Now trippy Tiger should have felt grieved, but instead he just giggled. He kicked out one foot, ..."
2. The Winston Readers by Sidney Grant Firman, Ethel Maltby Gehres (1918)
"Once the princess said, "I wonder where trippy is!" Playmate said, "Oh, trippy is not far away." But she did not tell where trippy was. ..."
3. Happy Day: Or The Confessions of a Woman Minister by Emma E. Bailey (1901)
"The little pet dog trippy seemed an interested observer of the going away of Ellen, and also a sympathetic friend. Here is the mother's account of him and ..."
4. A Sentimental Library: Comprising Books Formerly Owned by Famous Writers by Harry Bache Smith (1914)
"Original cloth, uncut. First edition. On the fly-leaf is Mrs. Browning's autograph inscription: "With Ba's best love to her dearest trippy. August, 1844. ..."
5. How to Do Plays With Children by Jo Ellen Moore, Leslie Tryon, Ginny Hall, Betsy Franco-Feeney (1994)
"and trippy: We're the elves who stitch and sew, Stitch and sew, Stitch and sew, We're the elves who stitch and sew, We never make mistakes! ..."