THE OPEN DICTIONARY
New Words & Slang
bricker (noun) : one who plays with LEGO bricks
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 06, 2007 12:28
handicapable (adjective) : having a disability but being able to function regarding a particular skill and/or activity.
Jennie has trouble walking sometimes due to her disability but is handicapable when walking behind a shopping cart. Jennie is legal blind but is handicapable when she wears her special made glasses.
Submitted by: Judith Kaczmarek from New York on Feb. 06, 2007 12:20
Wurd (interjection) : For real
Jack: Hey son!, I got that new 360. Ian: Oh wurd?, that's what up cousin! Got another stick?
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 06, 2007 11:27
(adjective) : sad and mad
Submitted by: Michael Miller from Indiana on Nov. 15, 2013 18:43
(noun) : material in a text that has been highlighted
Her copy of Vergil's The Aeneid was filled with yellow highlation and notes scribbled in the margins.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 30, 2012 16:55
wardrobe malfunction (noun) : an accidental exposure of a private body part
Submitted by: Bobby Wayne Miller from Texas on Feb. 06, 2007 08:27
cluck (verb) : 1. to trade stolen or lurped merchandise for illicit drugs 2. to act in a desperate manner induced by withdrawl from addictive illicit drugs
Jim clucked my cellphone to that dealer.
Submitted by: Vic Elliott from Arizona on Feb. 06, 2007 00:14
sweaty (adjective) : stolen or of illegitimate origin
Jim was trying to sell Jill a sweaty cellphone.
Submitted by: Vic Elliott from Arizona on Feb. 06, 2007 00:08
(verb) : 1. to search for or to look through the possessions of another person in a suspicious or shady manner or with the obvious intention of theft or burglury. 2. to spy or to conduct surveilance under the cover of darkness or in a suspicious manner 3. to to shop or go to a store with the express purpose of shoplifting.
Jim wanted to get his things back so he went to go lurp Jill's things. Jill was busy lurping at Wal-Mart.
Submitted by: Vic Elliott from Arizona on Feb. 06, 2007 00:04
(verb) : to put on the disabled list
The manager might have to dl his second baseman because of the thumb injury.
Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 31, 2012 14:28
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