New Words & Slang:
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flick- flick (noun) : Remote control for TV. Imitates the sound of flicking through channels
Where's the flick-flick
Submitted by: David Mills from United Kingdom on Mar. 08, 2006 11:57
fual (noun) : Fur surrounding a collar or hem on a piece of clothing
Submitted by: Kim Stafford from Florida on Mar. 08, 2006 11:01
(noun) : the child of one's sibling : a nephew or niece
"Do you have any niblings?" "Yes, I have one niece and two nephews."
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 06, 2014 13:57
argumentary (noun) : Any account wherein multiple dialectic cruxes are presented and countered.
I invented this word in order to describe a congectural confrontation between myself and an imaginary neighbor. (which I happened to be writting down)
Submitted by: Kezzeldrix from Kentucky on Mar. 08, 2006 02:50
(noun) : A male undergarment. Traditionally know as an A-shirt; a tank top made from a white, ribbed, cotton, slightly elastic fabric. Associated with the stereotypical imagery of an abusive husband.
I'm wearing jeans and a wife beater, let me throw on a shirt and I'll be dressed.
Submitted by: Phillip Cano from Texas on Mar. 10, 2006 16:43
(noun) : pen;something to write with
I used a frindle to write my essay.
Submitted by: Emily Rasch from Louisiana on Apr. 28, 2008 18:49
Lacquerwear (noun) : Clothing made of glossy material (such as PVC or Latex)
Since the first Matrix movie hit the silver screen, Lacquerwear has become almost de rigueur in flashy action flicks.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 07, 2006 22:44
medaling (verb) : Winning gold, silver, or bronze medals in Olympic events.
Katie Couric interviewing Olympic contestants: Something like, "I know your team hasn't had the opportunity to accomplish as much medalling as you hoped for." —Belinda Hall, TODAY show, Sometime during the Olympics
Submitted by: Belinda from Colorado on Mar. 07, 2006 21:16
(adjective) : fantastic, fabulous, amazing, exciting
You look fantabulous!
Submitted by: Jazzy from Utah on Dec. 17, 2007 23:05
suburban-postmodernist (noun) : An artist who draws on side walks with chalks who is not funded by his/her own job or otherwise.
Calvin exclaimed, " I wanted to be a neo-deconstructivist but mom wouldn't let me so I chose to be a suburban-postmodernist." —Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 07, 2006 18:19