Definition of spacey in English:

spacey

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Pronunciation: /ˈspeɪsi
 
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(also spacy)

adjective (spacier, spaciest)

informal
1Unaware of one’s surroundings or in a state of euphoria, especially as a result of taking drugs: I remember babbling, high and spacey
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  • For herself, she was disorganised, spacey, as she remembers it, and found it difficult remembering where her stuff was between the two houses.
  • And do you know, I'm still a bit spacey, and can't think of anything to write.
  • It was rather disconcerting sitting with my eyes closed for so long and I started to feel really out of body and spacey.
1.1(Of popular, especially electronic music) drifting and ethereal: a spacey ballad spacey synths
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  • Here's another spacey, chill-out electronic album that features a DJ / producer and a sweet-sounding female vocalist.
  • For better or worse, such earthly signposts work to ground the music's spacey ambience.
  • The music became spacey and the vocals are like a child whispering cynical nothings in your ear.

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