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  • verb Past participle of trick out
  • adjective sometimes hyphenated Decorated, dressed, or customized in an especially fancy, elaborate, or excessive manner.


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  • Show regular Richie Acosta had his tricked out Pete and stainless steel reefer combination on hand for show goers to see up close. No matter how many times you see Richie's Pete, you always stop and stare when he pulls in.

    --Robert Conrad, 2008, Movin' Out, 33(2): 1

    March 10, 2008