New Words & Slang

microbudget (noun) : a film made on a very small budget

Schrader laid down the law: one more meltdown, and she was gone. If she thought she was unhirable now, wait until he threw her off a microbudget. —Stephen Rodrick, New York Times, January 10, 2013

Submitted by: Anonymous Jan. 11, 2013 10:31

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palooza (noun) : celebration

The Latino Networking Caucus and Spanish and Latino Student Association celebrated Hispanic Heritage month Friday with Latino Palooza in Eastway. —Jamie Brian,, September 14, 2014

Submitted by: Olivia on Oct. 14, 2014 13:12

feralistic (adjective) : of, relating to, or suggestive of a wild beast

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carpilepsy (noun) : a condition characterized by suddenly falling asleep as a passenger in a car

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self-ful (adjective) : taking care of oneself in order to function effectively

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taxiderminate (verb) : to prepare, stuff, and mount the skins of animals

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disalarm (verb) : to deactivate an alarm

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rotisserize (verb) : to cook with a rotisserie

I'm going to rotisserize a chicken.

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skeeve (verb) : to cause to experience a feeling of disgust or intense dislike

I wish he would stop asking me out, because he skeeves me.

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wonderous (adjective) : wondrous

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