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hxc

(abbreviation) : Abbreviation for hardxcore

"That show last night was HxC", said Michael to Aaron.

Submitted by: Luis EBS from Florida on Jan. 31, 2008 19:33

Catn (noun) : A teenaged feline; between the ages of kitten and full grown cat.

Although Jumpy had reached the full-grown size or a cat, he was still only a catn.

Submitted by: G33kerwear from Michigan on Mar. 09, 2006 14:14

Daugh (adjective) : An adjective used to decribe an animal or inanimate object that is cute.

The snowy owlet was very daugh.

Submitted by: G33kerwear from Michigan on Mar. 09, 2006 14:10

scope creep (noun) : A project management phenomenon that occurs when the scope of a project is exceeded in any number of ways, often resulting from an original failure to properly define the project in question.

"Scope creep can cause significant deviation from original budget." —Qimao Zhang, Microsoft Project Server, 2002

Submitted by: Patrick Snyder from Virginia on Mar. 09, 2006 13:46

academiac (noun) : (1) One who is excessively preoccupied with, involved in the pursuit of, or inclined or driven toward academic/scholastic study or intellectual matters (2) informal: One who displays an outward, and often feigned, air of intellectuality, or of intellectual pomposity, stuffiness, stodginess, etc.

William F. Buckley and Starke R. Hathaway are academiacs.

Submitted by: Robert M. McDonald Jr. from Minnesota on Mar. 09, 2006 11:58

Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Epithelium (noun) : 1. A tissue that lines the interior of the trachea 2. A word to say when you are mad instead of cussing. By the time you get all the way through it, you aren't mad anymore!

Jan exclaimed "What the pseudostratified-Ciliated-Columnar-Epithelium is going on here!?"

Submitted by: Matt from Iowa on Mar. 09, 2006 11:54

Jeetjet (verb) : A Pittsburgh saying meaning "Eat Yet?"

"Jeetjet?" "No, ju?"

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 09, 2006 11:51

Natch (interjection) : Short for naturally, it can be used in a sentence in the place of 'of course.' It is most commonly used in sarcastic language.

I put on my favorite shirt, only to find it had a ginormous stain on it, natch. —none, none, none

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 09, 2006 09:48

blandening (noun) : making more bland, as food; reduction in flavor

The Old World chef decried the blandening of his favorite cuisine for tame New World palates.

Submitted by: Robert K S from Ohio on Mar. 09, 2006 03:19

murse

(noun) : a nurse who is a man

Submitted by: on Mar. 11, 2015 04:04

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