THE OPEN DICTIONARY
New Words & Slang
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(noun) : an opportunity to exchange one thing for another
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 24, 2012 16:19
(noun) : an opportunity to swap one thing for another
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 22, 2012 21:49
swarmation (noun) : the act of forming into a swarm; the arrangement of a group of individuals so that they act as one single entity
The swarmation of heavy metals fans rushed the stage and the bouncers had a hard time keeping them back.
Submitted by: Kimberly from Pennsylvania on Jun. 08, 2007 16:25
Swart (adjective) : both tastes of sweet and tart in a single objetct
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 04, 2007 09:05
swased (adjective) : an adjective meaning sweet wicked and awesome combined
Wow that game was swased. —Danny Shelton, no source, no publication
Submitted by: Danimal from Illinois on Jan. 23, 2006 21:27
Swasome! (interjection) : A combination of Sweet and Awesome.
"Guess What? Jason likes me!" said Carol. "Swasome!" said Jenn.
Submitted by: Nicole from Michigan on Feb. 19, 2006 18:28
swat : A usually short child who loves to tattletale and throw tantrums in class (especially with a lenient teacher.
That swat has gotten his third detention in two weeks!
Submitted by: Twirl-o on May. 25, 2006 16:29
swatworthy (adjective) : able to withstand enormous pressure under difficult e-stress [said of, eg, baseball bats and sequenced tubules, edc]
The champ stepped up to the plate with swung his swatworthy weapon before all the vorld to see —unknown, but term is decades old, unknown exactly
Submitted by: jonathan keith sheriff from California on Oct. 30, 2005 01:35
swazy (adjective) : One who is sweaty and lazy at the same time.
Jim doesnt have money to pay his bills therefore his electricity has been cut off and does not want to go out and find a job, so he sits at home all swazy —PutyMakk, slang term, 03/20/08
Submitted by: PutyMakk from California on Mar. 20, 2008 18:38
(verb) : to swirl a particle of food i.e. bread, vegetable, or piece of meat through a sauce of any kind.
1. I like to swazzel my garlic bread in my spagetti sauce. 2. You can swazzel your chicken is some extra BBQ sauce if you'd like. —Jean Otto, self
Submitted by: Jean Otto from Colorado on Feb. 01, 2007 23:12
swearity (noun) : the necessary use of an expletive to obtain dramatic clarity
Sometimes swearity is required to ensure people are clear on your point.
Submitted by: Sandra Couturier from Canada on Apr. 30, 2008 23:58
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