Inflected Forms: Chetted, Chetting
Etymology: Old High German & Old Norse
1.a: to bungle; to create disrepair; to introduce disorder in a seemingly stable environment; to cause irreparable damage unknowingly and without guile, usually self-inflicted and followed by half-hearted attempts at remediation.
Billy chetted himself when he failed to notice his dick was not completely out of his pants before relieving himself.
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