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twit (noun) : acronym standing for Trophy Wife In Training, referring to early teenage girls who shop often and carry a thus-far unearned air of superiority

"I hate going to tennis matches, there are so many spoiled twits running around."

Submitted by: Steven Seeberg on Jun. 30, 2006 18:49


The "Dunkadelic Era" (other) : The time period of the "Basketball and Hip-Hop" culture fusion of the past 22 years (1984-Present).

LeBron James and Jay-Z are two cultural icons that personify The "Dunkadelic Era" In America. —Byron Crawford, XXL Magazine, May 2006

Submitted by: Dunk-A-Fella 3000 from Maryland on Jun. 30, 2006 18:48


hecticality (noun) : "Hecticness"; the state of such.

No, it will add more hecticality to our day.

Submitted by: Jamie on Jun. 30, 2006 18:44


festuch (noun) : A disagreeable and antagonistic situation

The mix-up in timecard processing caused a big accounting festuch.

Submitted by: Dave Stucky from Connecticut on Jun. 30, 2006 17:17


gorify (verb) : To bother by means of something gory.

I was gorified when they told me of the bloodbath.

Submitted by: Jennifer Erwin from Ohio on Jun. 30, 2006 14:48


conversate/conversator (verb) : To have a conversation with someone. Conversator; the person speaking.

I see the stares of my conversators and move on.

Submitted by: Jennifer Erwin from Ohio on Jun. 30, 2006 14:46


molastic (adjective) : slow as molasses

While in most, if not all other, circumstances the Supreme Court can be expected, within reason, to move relatively slowly, such a molastic approach is unnecessary in deciding whether to extend Batson.

Submitted by: Shawn M. Ford from Kansas on Jun. 30, 2006 14:28


hilariosity

(noun) : The state of being the most hilarious thing that you have ever heard, or a person or thing that is very very funny.

Last summer was hilariosity.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 22, 2006 18:25


dieded (verb) : (pronounced as "die-duhd") emphatic form of "died"; used as an exclamation of surprise; also used humurously referring to shock or surprise.

I almost dieded when I heard the news. He almost dieded when he saw his picture displayed.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 30, 2006 04:27


kagwang (adjective) : a Filipino slang meaning silly

The principal, with his new coat, looks kagwang

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jun. 30, 2006 02:03