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(noun) : news
Did you get the 411? —, 03-21-07
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 21, 2007 19:53
ginourmous (adjective) : gigantic + enourmous = a description of something that is larger than life
He had a ginourmous plate of food at the buffet today.
Submitted by: Crystal Sowers from Florida on Aug. 23, 2006 14:09
ponderfy (verb) : To think over.
Let me ponderfy that question and get back to you.
Submitted by: Eunice from Maine on Aug. 23, 2006 13:18
ghost turd (noun) : a ball of fibers which collects along baseboards and in other out of the way corners (similar to dust bunny)
Sweep up all those ghost turds before you swab the deck. —Staff Sergeant Clark,
Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 23, 2006 12:56
(verb) : A term used by elitist computer users to refer to the infection of a target system with a virus or other software.
Ya he had an open port and I infekt0red his box. —Unknown, IRC Channel
Submitted by: Methylx from Texas on Aug. 23, 2006 12:18
(noun) : A meal between lunch and supper.
We awoke so late we ate brunch instead of breakfast and passed on lunch to enjoy lupper as our second and last meal of the day, —Johnnie Godwin, Self, unknown
Submitted by: Johnnie Godwin from Tennessee on Sep. 14, 2007 22:13
disconfumbled (adjective) : when things aren't right - they are disconfumbled
My desk is really "disconfumbled" It is piled up with things that need to be finished!! —Victoria Sutherland, 08-22-2006
Submitted by: Anonymous on Aug. 23, 2006 07:08
(noun) : something that is amazing, very good; something you really like
That chocolate was the shiznit—where can I get some more?
Submitted by: Super Soy from Korea South on Aug. 22, 2006 22:56
(adjective) : gigantic and humongous
Wow! The Burg Khalifa is gimongous!
Submitted by: Chaafen from Washington on Jan. 29, 2016 00:56
wikihistorian (noun) : One who rewrites history to favor popular opinion. [Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, is criticized for its accuracy because some entries are based popular opinion rather than fact. Ex: the entries for abortion and the history of the Catholic Church are disputed and present popular definitions rather than historical ones.]
The documentary of Ronald Reagan sounds like it was written by a wikihistorian.
Submitted by: John Graham from Michigan on Aug. 22, 2006 20:56