The past tense of the verb "to Dixie Chick", a verb meaning to express a contraversial opinion from a place of artistic privledge.
It comes from the name of a band, the Dixie Chicks, who were simultaniously applauded and reviled for speaking out against the 2002 war of the United States against Iraq.
"Everyone is scared of being Dixie Chicked. You say one bad thing about your government and you might lose a large portion of your fans. Good. who wants a bunch of idiots for fans anyways?" -- 'Fat' Mike Burkett
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