New Words & Slang:
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starvationed (adjective) : In a state of extreme hunger beyond the usual pangs, usually occurring in young people who must go through hours of classes without a chance to snack
We have to eat dinner, I am starvationed!
Submitted by: Mythri from Canada on Jun. 14, 2006 11:21
Gorley (adjective) : A contraction of the two words gorgeous and lovely.
What a gorley day. The sun is shining, not a cloud in the sky and it is pleasantly warm.
Submitted by: Roy from Canada on Jun. 14, 2006 11:09
cougin' (verb) : The word cougar is used currently throughout Canada to decribe mature women who seek out much younger men for sex. The term cougin' is the verb participle used to refer to this action,
That lady must be going out cougin'.
Submitted by: Karin Leggett from Canada on Jun. 14, 2006 00:59
(noun) : A crackling sound.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 13, 2006 15:25
aphilism (noun) : the belief that love does not exist or is a figment of the imagination. (Gr., a-, without + -phil-, love + -ism.)
"After numerous failures to find love, aphilism seemed the most likely explanation."
Submitted by: Michael C. from Nevada on Jun. 13, 2006 15:24
(adjective) : confusing
the math homework was confuzzling
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 03, 2009 11:46
hain (noun) : precipitation consisting of a mixture of hail and rain
Submitted by: Michael C. from Nevada on Jun. 13, 2006 15:16
ignoratory (adjective) : Engaging in ignoring.
When I asked when we would be seated, the hostess was ignoratory toward me.
Submitted by: Dominic Dorman from New York on Jun. 13, 2006 12:53
Muschup (noun) : A "special sauce", primarily for use with Corndogs. Comprising catsup and mustard, particularly the spicy variety.
"Yo man, have you tried those with some muchup?" —Matthew Dinunzio, Conversation, 6/12/06
Submitted by: George Gerst from Pennsylvania on Jun. 12, 2006 22:20
magablog (noun) : 1: a magazine blog 2: refers to a magazine published on a web log or blog
Jump Texas is a magazine blog, "a magablog," with an abiding commitment to quality coverage of long jump, triple jump, high jump and pole vault performances by scholar athletes enrolled at Texas middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities. —Eric Gaither, Jump Texas, Thursday, March 23, 2006
Submitted by: Eric Gaither from Texas on Jun. 12, 2006 18:52