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Schmortgagebord (noun) : The consistently available and large array of offers from loan officers, brokers, and banks advocating refinancing, obtaining new loans, etc.
In the mail today I found the usual schmortgagebord of loan offers, each promising a better deal than the others. —neologism,
Submitted by: Carol Ostrow from Maryland on Apr. 20, 2006 19:33
(noun) : One who has not yet had the chance to learn something, does not know it, and is therefore lower than others.
Submitted by: Elijah Grantham from Ohio on Feb. 25, 2008 12:34
(noun) : Person with a gambling addiction
Hi, my name is Joe, and I'm a gambaholic
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 28, 2006 06:36
Vonnegutian (adjective) : Of or relating to Kurt Vonnegut. Writing or thinking stylistically similar to that of Kurt Vonnegut.
The Sci-Fi genre would probably be better off were it more Vonnegutian. —Robin Crew, His mouth, None yet
Submitted by: Groove Demon from New York on Apr. 20, 2006 16:13
(noun) : a person or persons who are obsessed with anime, manga, and Japanese culture in general
There were many otaku at the convention.
Submitted by: Joshua "Ichimoto" No from Pennsylvania on Sep. 10, 2008 20:41
Hundredaire (noun) : a person whose wealth is estimated at less than a thousand (as of dollars or pounds)
Due to my hundredaire status, I'll be eating free supermarket samples for dinner tonight.
Submitted by: Jessica Rae Patton from Connecticut on Apr. 20, 2006 11:20
nightcolt (noun) : A mini nightmare
You're giving me a nightcolt, Justine. Stop being such a pain.
Submitted by: Zahra from Malaysia on Apr. 20, 2006 03:10
jillass (noun) : Female version of jackass
Don't be such a jillass, Jane.
Submitted by: Zahra from Malaysia on Apr. 20, 2006 03:07
young (adjective) : slang for a person, like dawg, or homie. Frequently used in the D.C. metropolitan area.
Hey young, did you hear that new song by Jadakiss. That jont goes hard. —, 4-19-06
Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 19, 2006 21:33
(other) : past tense of squeeze: eg. fresh squozen orane juice.
I have some freshly squozen orang juice,. —william sikes, himself, somewhere around 1983
Submitted by: anthony from Colorado on Apr. 19, 2006 19:14