New Words & SlangArchives
Suggest Your Own
Have a word that belongs here? Please Submit It
beta monkey (noun) : one who serves as a crash dummy for new software
I was invited to be a beta monkey before they launched the newest version of the program.
Submitted by: Kevin Barrett from New York on May. 06, 2007 23:00
rebeverage (verb) : to refill a drink
Bartender, would you please rebeverage me?
Submitted by: Kevin Barrett from New York on May. 06, 2007 22:55
consqualidate (verb) : To combine several dispersed areas of household clutter into a single area that can be more easily hidden from guests.
Why don't you come over at eight o'clock after I'm done consqualidating?
Submitted by: David Bergstrom from Maine on May. 06, 2007 21:20
hangunder (noun) : the opposite of a hangover; the state of feeling exhilirated after a night of being drunk
Surprisingly, Carl woke up with a hangunder from the party last night.
Submitted by: Ori from California on May. 06, 2007 18:44
pseudoacronym (noun) : an acronym that is used without periods usually to make the acronym appear as a single word
"Fear" really stands for "False Evidence that Appears Real" and is therefore not only an acronym, but a pseudoacronym as well.
Submitted by: Ori from California on May. 06, 2007 18:39
(verb) : to use (a word that is not a verb) as a verb : to make (a word) into a verb
"Remember when 'access' was a thing? Now it's something you do. It got verbed." —Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes, 1993
Submitted by: SavageTech from Washington on Oct. 27, 2014 05:18
plumble (verb) : to stumble, in a drunk sort of fashion
As we stumble, fumble, tumble, plumble; as we stumble along.
Submitted by: Emily B.o-o from New York on May. 06, 2007 18:07
snorable (adjective) : a person, place or thing that is so horribly boring that it puts you right to sleep.
Submitted by: Emily B.o-o from New York on May. 06, 2007 18:02
(noun) : one who is interested only in television or videos
Submitted by: paul andrea g. from Philippines on Jan. 18, 2010 04:56
lecturious (adjective) : unnecessarily going above and beyond what is needed to get one's teachings or advice across to others.
My father couldn't just say a few sentences about my bad decision to buy a used car, he had to be lecturious about my poor choice.
Submitted by: Scotty Andrew Gustafski from Arizona on May. 06, 2007 16:58