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xc (noun) : Abbreviation of Cross Country.

How did xc practice go?

Submitted by: mrwonderpants from Ohio on Apr. 29, 2006 17:21


Frindle

(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


lasterday

(noun) : a day before today

We went fishing lasterday.

Submitted by: Morgan from Florida on Apr. 26, 2015 11:33


ginormous

(noun) : huge or very big

you have a ginormous head

Submitted by: Anonymous on Feb. 19, 2009 22:55


lip-tastic (verb) : when a kiss is fantastic

"Wow, that was lip-tastic!"

Submitted by: Alison from Oregon on Apr. 28, 2006 16:21


Burrito Baby (noun) : A baby wrapped up in blankets so tight that it looks like a burrito

The nurses wrapped him up tight; he's a burrito baby! —http://www.unm.edu/~colanut/MDC/MDC-Pages/...

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 28, 2006 14:11


Repulant (adjective) : In general any situation, person, or thing that is a combination of replusive and repugnant.

The stench of b.o. and rotting food was in the air - I have never in been in a room that repulant. Pronounced: Rep-U-lant (lant as in repug-nant)

Submitted by: Ray Neal from Canada on Apr. 28, 2006 14:10


disgrossting

(adjective) : sickening, repulsive, and revolting

Submitted by: M. Worley from North Carolina on Sep. 09, 2009 10:15


twizzler (noun) : something that shows bad taste (based on much derided fast-food the turkey twizzler)

"The twizzler in question is a house." —page1/column1 of society section of the guardian/a uk newspaper, 26 april 2006

Submitted by: mike cassidy from Tuvalu on Apr. 28, 2006 09:29


enigmotion (noun) : An emotion which one feels but cannot clearly identify; or an emotion displayed by a person which cannot be deciphered by others (fr. combination of enigma and emotion)

1.When advised that her father, whom she loved dearly, had passed on, but had left her 5 million dollars insurance, her enigmotion firmly gripped her: How to feel? 2. Does she know she brings the beauty closer? She crashes over me, waves from an enigmotional sea. - from poem, ca.1993 —David Bruce, (poem), ca. 1993

Submitted by: David Bruce from Canada on Apr. 28, 2006 07:01