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WNL (abbreviation) : within normal limits
The thyroid is WNL.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 04, 2016 13:41
(noun) : a throw in disc golf in which the release angle of the thrown disc is such that the edge of the disc farthest from the thrower is lower than the near edge
You'll need to throw a hyzer to get around that tree.
Submitted by: Jazzcaster from Louisiana on Nov. 04, 2016 11:34
bancarized (adjective) : having a bank account
Chile has a high percentage of bancarized citizens.
Submitted by: trendslator from Germany on Nov. 04, 2016 04:27
derivatate (verb) : to find the derivative in math
"How do I solve this question?" "It's simple, you just derivatate."
Submitted by: Jack from Connecticut on Nov. 02, 2016 17:11
Godtastic (adjective) : beyond great : out of this world
As I look at the autumn colors, I think "Wow, this is just Godtastic!"
Submitted by: Queen Michelle King from Georgia Us on Nov. 01, 2016 07:23
Onychodontiformes (noun) : an order of prehistoric sarcopterygian fish that lived from the Late Silurian to the Late Devonian period
The Onychodontiformes is a poorly known sarcopterygian fish group, with four genera currently described, predominantly from the Middle-Late Devonian. —ZERINA JOHANSON, JOHN A. LONG, et al., Journal of Paleontology, September 2007
Submitted by: Patrick Cullinan from New York on Nov. 01, 2016 01:56
scandalabra (noun) : multiple scandals relating to a particular person, thing, or group
Donald Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, hammered away on Sunday at what she called Hillary Clinton's "never-ending scandalabra." —Colin Wilhelm, politico.com, 10/30/2016
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 31, 2016 13:38
Internet of things (noun) : a network of machines (such as appliances or medical devices) that can communicate electronically
The Internet of things will help companies collect data.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 29, 2016 19:21
subling (noun) : the child of your sibling : a niece or nephew
Submitted by: wordbird from Canada on Oct. 29, 2016 10:43
(noun) : the third part of a series of works and especially of a movie trilogy
I really loved the sequel, but the threequel was the best!
Submitted by: Kayla from Washington on Oct. 28, 2016 15:32