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dang-er-oozy (interjection) : used to show frustration or any form of anger.

I cant find my book!!! Dang-er-oozy!

Submitted by: lovey dovey from Florida on Jan. 24, 2007 09:54

danjeon (noun) : an area of the human body that is the source of life energy according to Eastern philosophy

Submitted by: Ed Choi from Canada on Jan. 01, 2012 22:56

dank

(adjective) : Used often to refer approvingly to the quality of marijuana and other light narcotics, but additionally can be used to describe quality of food and other items.

Dude, that bud was so dank, I'm floating.

Submitted by: Zip from Florida on Mar. 14, 2007 02:28

(adjective) : Awesome/cool

That hat is dank! —Myka havens, 11-30-05

Submitted by: myka from Ohio on Nov. 30, 2005 18:33

(adjective) : sticky and or potent, especially referring to marijuana

This is some very dank marijuana nugget.

Submitted by: Connor from Minnesota on Oct. 09, 2005 17:14

danker (adjective) : Cooler or better in a more intense way.

That movie was so much danker than the critics said it would be.

Submitted by: Auby from New York on Oct. 26, 2005 11:59

dansical (noun) : a theatrical dance performance

Submitted by: Anthony Norman from Georgia Us on Jun. 05, 2010 09:16

Dansynch (verb) : Dansynch /dan'si[ng]k/ verb, To engage in or perform a dance while pretending to sing or say in synchronization with recorded sound. 2. Lipsynching and dancing to vocal sounds having rhythm, melody, or harmony emanating from any medium or device.

Amie would start dansynching when she hears her favorite song on the radio.

Submitted by: Jerry V. Behimino on Jan. 01, 2007 04:00

dap (adjective) : cool

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 11, 2006 16:07

dard (interjection) : meaning damn but catching yourself before you say it.

Oh dard it!

Submitted by: Ryan Dane from Maryland on Aug. 28, 2007 20:14

dark liquidity (noun) : liquidity in a private secondary market used by large institutional investors

Small public investors were not able to access the dark liquidity provided in dark pool trading forums.

Submitted by: on May. 09, 2014 20:53

dark money (noun) : money contributed to a political campaign by an anonymous source

The upset election outcome was allegedly influenced by dark money contributions increasing the underdog candidate's ability to fund heavy political advertising.

Submitted by: on May. 09, 2014 19:11

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