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D&D (abbreviation) : An abbreviation for Dungeons and Dragons; a game created by Gary Gygax in the mid-1970s
"I'm going to go play D&D; call me later!"
Submitted by: Craig Vilbig from California on Jul. 19, 2007 12:27
déjà ew (noun) : seeing something unpleasant that causes a person to bring up hurtful, unwanted feelings that have not been resolved
I experienced déjà ew when I saw my ex-boyfriend with his new girlfriend and it just reminded me of how caustic our breakup was.
Submitted by: K.A. Hoffa from Pennsylvania on Apr. 23, 2008 15:46
d' oh (other) : an exclamation; generally exclaims anger or frustration
D' oh! Someone ate all the donuts. —Matt Groening, The Simpsons
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 25, 2007 09:41
D'ambiguous (adjective) : Frustratingly or irritatingly vague and/or confusing.
The Blueprint was so overwhelmingly technical as to be D'ambiguous.
Submitted by: Robert M. McDonald Jr. from Minnesota on May. 05, 2006 12:53
d-list (noun) : a list or group of individuals of the lowest level of celebrity
I was shocked that the ad agency could not get someone better to endorse the new product than some washed up d-list psuedo-celebrity.
Submitted by: The Sheriff of Lexicon County from Tennessee on Apr. 17, 2008 16:37
d-store (noun) : dollar store; a store that sells items which cost no more than one dollar
I need to head down to the d-store after work to pick up a few weekly necessities.
Submitted by: K.A. Hoffa from Pennsylvania on Apr. 23, 2008 13:52
D.A.C.A. (abbreviation) : deferred action for childhood arrivals
The history students learned that their Mexican Spanish teacher had been apart of D.A.C.A since she was little girl.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 15, 2018 17:38
D.E.J. (abbreviation) : Dead End Job.
Corporations like to make you feel that you have many opportunities advancement, but in reality you may be stuck in a D.E.J..
Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on Jul. 16, 2007 10:00
d10 (noun) : A multisided rounded "diamond" shaped die used in role playing games. Depending on style the ten side is either marked "0" or "10". Also know as percentile dice when rolled in pairs, usually of diffrent colors, with one choosen to represent ones and the other tens. This method allows rolls between 1-100 without the nee...
I rolled a 5 on my d10
Submitted by: BSC from Virginia on May. 10, 2006 00:56
d100 (noun) : A golf ball sized 100 sided die with a small filling of granular weighting. Also know as a percentile die. Because of its size and the size font of the numbered sides often hard to read.
If you slowly turn the d100 the number that spins in place is what your rolled.
Submitted by: BSC from Virginia on May. 10, 2006 01:31