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holage (noun) : The existence of aparent indentations on a surface; often caused by heavy objects standing for prolonged periods of time
When I moved into my apartment, I noticed that my carpet was full of holage from the previous owner's furniture.
Submitted by: Carla Blackwell from Maryland on Mar. 03, 2006 15:27
vegeprefarian (noun) : one who prefers a vegetarian diet but eats meat when suitable alternatives are not available
I would not call myself a vegetarian; I do eat meat but if given the choice I prefer the vegetarian diet
Submitted by: Nancy from Canada on Mar. 03, 2006 14:02
Funtential (noun) : The potential specifically for fun.
One red generator may have a higher cash value than one instant party," Kyle admits, "But one instant party has more funtential. —Eva Wiseman, The Guardian Newspaper, Monday February 20, 2006
Submitted by: Michael D. Conley from United Kingdom on Mar. 03, 2006 12:44
(noun) : a clean sweep or total success hitting all of the right points such as hair, make-up, outfit that make a person utterly glamorous
Everyone in attendance lined up to congratulate Francine on her Prom Queen victory, included Bobby, the captain of the baseball team, who commented that she was a glam slam that night.
Submitted by: K.A. Hoffa from Pennsylvania on Feb. 25, 2008 08:54
(verb) : 1.to confuse someone I shall confuzzle you. 2.confuzzling- confusing this is confuzzling. 3. confuzzled- confused I am confuzzled.
This process is very confuzzling —Abby Crum, confuse, 7-18-07
Submitted by: Abby on Jul. 18, 2007 22:39
poifect (adjective) : perfect
ah, this is poifect
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 02, 2006 18:36
bizzilion (adjective) : an exageration of many: more than 10 but too many to remember
she has a bizzilion purses
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 02, 2006 18:35
(adjective) : made to seem better than it really is.
The little amusement park was swankified by colorful ads in the sunday paper.
Submitted by: Elmo from Florida on Mar. 02, 2006 17:16
Transcode (verb) : Act of converting digital content from one format to another. Transcoding is a two step process that involves decoding of an original data format to an intermediate format and then re-encoding it to the final format. Content or information from dominanat discourses that are re-interpreted to address a variety of different issues.
Cultural representations thus often transcode major political discourses and perspectives presenting, for instance, an array of positions on topics such as sexuality, the state, or religion. —Douglas M. Kellner and Meenakshi Gigi Durham, Media and Cultural studies: Keyworks, 2001
Submitted by: Gayathree Achu from Illinois on Mar. 02, 2006 14:23
Sneezit (noun) : A fit of sneezing that can interrupt an otherwise productive conversation or social interaction
During the course of the day, Chris had numerous Sneezits, which caused his overall call time to rise and prevented him from being real quick.
Submitted by: Slack 'N' THEKristie from Pennsylvania on Mar. 02, 2006 14:07