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(adjective) : to chill and relax at the same time

I'm chillaxin before I have to go to work

Submitted by: S. Zwicker from Ohio on Feb. 17, 2008 19:19

pretire (verb) : To take early retirement

Thomas was so rich that he could pretire and relax at home

Submitted by: anonymous on Apr. 16, 2007 11:45

comprevention (noun) : The process of grasping the nature, significance, or meaning of something and acting upon those facts.

We should use comprevention to keep from manufacturing products that are rejects.

Submitted by: philipnd from Tennessee on Apr. 16, 2007 11:06

swoll (adjective) : slang - very muscular or well-built, derivative of "swollen" referring to one's muscles

That football player's not just in shape, he's swoll.

Submitted by: Schlockading from Texas on Apr. 15, 2007 23:33

velcrocity (adjective) : Term to describe the fastening strength of velcro.

The velcro strap on my watchband was losing its velcrocity and would come undone unexpectedly.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 15, 2007 19:51


(noun) : A black Mexican-American person.

He is blaxican because his mother is black and his father is Mexican.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 19, 2007 20:51

stabilimentum (noun) : The thick silk "writing" in some orb weaving spider webs.

Thomas Eisner found that webs with a stabilimentum lasted longer because birds avoided these webs.

Submitted by: Virginia Malone from Texas on Apr. 15, 2007 14:15

teamism (verb) : The action of becoming a team, whereby each team member is responsible and held accountable for actively participating and contributing to an objective towards achieving a desired goal.

When there is a multitude of people working together, utilizing teamism is the most productive way in achieving the desired goal. —SharRon Tucker-Tharnish,

Submitted by: S.T.W. on Apr. 15, 2007 02:18


(noun) : A race of half-human, half-snake beings exsisting in East Indian Mythology.

The Naga slithered along the ground, his silver scales sparkling.

Submitted by: Mandy from Canada on Apr. 15, 2007 01:02

dk (abbreviation) : to double kill; donkey kong; decay; to drop kick; drift king

I dk'ed you in gunbound.

Submitted by: dk from California on Apr. 14, 2007 20:05

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