(Pronounced: Chach-o) A verb meaning, "when someone sings badly but they think they are actually good." The verb is derived from the noun "DiCiaccio."
While singing karaoke, Everyone covered their ears while Kristen Ciaccioed.
To flatter or charm falsely, as a sociopath does, with no concern for the target's well being.
To charm, beguile, and manipulate an individual before abandoning them.
To seduce with the intent to abandon later when the fun has faded.
"He ciaccioed me into bed, promised me a bright future together, and as soon as I gave up the goods he went out looking for his next hookup."
"She told me I was the man of her dreams, but as soon as I bought her that expensive pair of shoes, she stopped calling me."
"Dude, you've totally been ciaccioed."