(adjective) scared stiff, alarmed, stunned, startled, astonished.
Machine Shop rockin when we step inside, and we got everybody so petrified. -- M.Shinoda FortMinor, 'Petrified'
by _N_r_chy September 23, 2005
alcohol intoxicated(another way of saying stoned (out))
That car was swerving so much, the driver had to be petrified.
by Light Joker March 15, 2005
adj. stoned so often that acute effects on thought are outwardly noticeable.
little bitch is petrified, no wonder he get no love.
by observer of the obvious November 18, 2003
An unreasonable (or is it?)phobia of treating computer mouse as a pet.
I'm petrified of sharpening my mouse instead of my pencil.
by Hercolena Oliver July 11, 2008
The act of bringing both of ones hands together to create a fist, then using it has a battle ram, plunging it into some sort of hole.
Yo Albert and CJ hold open this girls legs as I preform the Petrifier.

Don't drop the soap or someone may give you the petrifier.
by The Saaaucceee January 17, 2012
In West-Central Scotland: To embellish, exaggerate and generally expand the true meaning of a story, often losing the truth in the process
He was known to petrify accounts of his various visits to Manchester
by RedTorpedo February 24, 2010
pet·ri·fied
ˈpetrəˌfīd/
adjective
adjective: petrified

1.

so frightened that one is unable to move; terrified.

"the petrified child clung to her mother"

2.

(of organic matter) changed into a stony substance; ossified.

"petrified wood"
Person1: Hey man!
Person2: Look what I found!
Person1: What is it?
Person2: I found some petrified wood!
by Auerus April 10, 2016