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schwack (adjective) : a large amount

Motorola rolls out schwack of new handsets —http://www.dmeurope.com, 7/13/2005


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birthentine's day (noun) : a birthday that falls on Valentine's Day

Submitted by: Kanika from California on Feb. 15, 2018 00:50


theoidiocy (noun) : the religious belief or practice where one believes that his or her religious beliefs and practices leave no room for the theological beliefs or practices of others

Submitted by: Phillip Jones from Washington on Feb. 13, 2018 14:58


hiberdate (verb) : to ignore a friend when dating

I used hiberdating to save my relationship with my girlfriend.

Submitted by: on Feb. 13, 2018 13:38


Bibhorr formula

(noun) : a mathematical equation serving as an alternative to trigonometry which establishes a relation between the sides and angle of a right triangle without the use of trigonometric functions

Bibhorr's formula is a mathematical Samahikaran class equation that relates the four elements of a right triangle- Bibhorr angle, lambu, chhutku and shrav. —Kartik Sehgal, BIBHORR FORMULA: The Future of Trigonometry, 12 Feb. 2017

Submitted by: Jesson from Georgia Us on Feb. 12, 2018 14:51


dejapoo (noun) : diarrhea

My dejapoo was so bad, I was constantly having to go back to the bathroom.

Submitted by: Tiz from California on Feb. 08, 2018 23:58


debusify (verb) : to make something (such as graphic design) less busy

This advertisement has too much clutter. Please debusify it and resubmit for approval.

Submitted by: jammerbeck from Utah on Feb. 08, 2018 17:43


earloid (noun) : hearing aid

The old man adjusted his earloids to hear his granddaughter more clearly.

Submitted by: Livia Lowe from Arizona on Feb. 07, 2018 16:47


Yas queen (interjection) : good, favorable -used as a generalized term of approval

Hey, did you hear? You are nominated for a Grammy. Really? Yas queen!

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 07, 2018 08:34


fictory (noun) : the misleading appearance of defeating an opponent, competitor, enemy, or contestant in game, battle, or other form of competition : a false victory

Submitted by: Mark from New York on Feb. 05, 2018 17:02