THE OPEN DICTIONARY
New Words & Slang
(adjective) : pretty sweet, very knifty, eye poppin goodness.
my friends use it
Submitted by: Emm from New Jersey on Apr. 29, 2007 20:41
BLOWY (adjective) : Extremely windy; breezy
It is very blowy outside today! —Kelly Bathje, Me!, 2006
Submitted by: Bathje from Arizona on Feb. 26, 2006 21:27
Prepsychosis (other) : Before having syptom of psychosis - Before prior knowledge of having psychosis.
"Prepsychosis is very scary. Sometimes you are confused about who you are, before the symptons are totally there."
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 26, 2006 17:01
Splendiferious (adjective) : Root word-splendid to be splendid or exciteing. To be awsome or have cause for excitement.
That ride was splendiferiuos! —Danielle Campanella/Lacy"the Walrus"Lohr, Danielle/Walrus dictionary of made up words., 7/1/04
Submitted by: Danielle/Lacy"the Warus&q from New York on Feb. 26, 2006 16:59
(verb) : to throw or toss
I'm going to huck this in the garbage can.
Submitted by: Tina DeMerchant from Connecticut on Jan. 04, 2010 23:27
(adjective) : composed of both good and bad
The agathokakological dog is lovable but can bite at times. -Spelling Bee List —Anonymous, Spelling Bee List, 10/23/08
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 23, 2008 22:28
gootenshnoosen (other) : a word said after someone sneezes
Submitted by: Missy on Feb. 26, 2006 11:13
tofood (adjective) : Alternative foods for meat, usually with tofu, hence the name tofood, or with vegetables.
I have tofood everyday!
Submitted by: hubman on Feb. 26, 2006 09:11
(verb) : To critique or chastise someone for a mistake or transgression.
I got dinged by my boss for forgetting an important procedure.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 26, 2006 00:36
netroots (noun) : Politically active citizens organized online via the internet; especially refering to the progressive movement in the U.S.
"A whole new generation of reformers—from the online world of the netroots, to new multi-issue groups, to new labor, to new big-dollar donors—is engaged in a two-front war: battling to knock Republicans off their perch while jostling for control of the Democratic Party." p.133 —Jerome Armstrong and Markos Moulitsas Zuniga, Crashing the Gate (book), 2006
Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 26, 2006 00:25
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