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excrementious (adjective) : anything related to excrement, or a similarly disgusting substance. Also used to describe a singularly unappealing situation
This guy was so slimy, that when he asked me out, I thought "I can think of nothing more excrementious!"
Submitted by: Patty D. from Illinois on Sep. 27, 2006 11:33
(noun) : role playing game —used esp. in online or electronic gaming
Have you heard of that new RPG that's coming out next month?
Submitted by: La Ivonne from California on Sep. 27, 2006 00:02
antiversary (noun) : Original wedding date after a divorce has occurred
For some an antiversary can be a sad occasion. —Elizabeth Martinez, Texas, Sept 26, 2006
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 26, 2006 18:32
tizight (adjective) : cool or tight. derived from tight. latin root...just kidding
that new cd is tizight dogg.
Submitted by: dylan fo shizzle from California on Sep. 25, 2006 22:12
shinobi (noun) : \Pronounciation: Sheen- oh- bee\ [Etymology: Japanese, originally meaning "thief"] Definition: Another name for a ninja, by whom is a Japanese assassin normally described as being clad in all black but holes in the mask for eyes. However, Shinobi don't always wear black, and most were actually the comm...
The way of the Shinobi is a hard path to follow.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 25, 2006 21:07
(adjective) : acting in a stealthy or clandestine manner like a ninja
He tried to be ninja as he stole the cookies on the table.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 12, 2009 17:17
grandparenting (verb) : Same definition as "grandfathering" to continue under grandfather clause. However, politically correct.
Suppervised parties should have the right to apply for grandparented status. ‘Grandparenting’ is the process whereby persons without the required college diploma can apply for a licence on the basis of their previous work experience. —Law Society of Upper Canada - www.lsuc.on.ca, Task Force on Paralegal Regulation, September 23, 2004
Submitted by: Little-D from Canada on Sep. 25, 2006 11:02
cowboy up (verb) : To get tough, or to muster super-human will under the most extreme adverse conditions. Originated from rodeos and the cowboy life, but is now used for any tough situation.
The rancher told his crew, "I know we got a blizzard comin', but it's time to cowboy up. There's 200 head a'cattle we need to get back inside the fenceline by nightfall."
Submitted by: sexy rexy from North Dakota on Sep. 25, 2006 01:55
(abbreviation) : : (Slang) The abbreviation of the words "heck of"
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 03, 2007 02:26
mismal (adjective) : used to express a condition in which something is both minimal and dismal
In the Industrial age, immigrants were paid mismal wages for their long hours.
Submitted by: Katie from New Jersey on Sep. 24, 2006 22:13