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T-Rex (verb) : 1. to take a large bite of food 2. to chomp viciously 3. to chew or tear bites of food with teeth bared
William T-Rexed his slice of pizza.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 07, 2006 10:43
pollutician (other) : a politician that is anti-environment,that funds things that destroy environment and such
ex."I can't people voted for that pollutician!"
Submitted by: Fisher from Oregon on Mar. 07, 2006 03:06
comperstand (verb) : to comprehend and understand
He explained his position and I comperstand it.
Submitted by: Diane from Texas on Mar. 06, 2006 23:17
bogus-on-the-logus (noun) : a feigned illness
Trevor did not appear as ill as he claimed; he must have had a case of bogus-on-the-logus.
Submitted by: Weiss family from Minnesota on Mar. 06, 2006 17:44
quibbly (adjective) : a sense of uneasiness felt in the stomach, often accompanied by gastric distress and weakness
I don't feel so good today, my stomach feels all quibbly. I think I'll have to stay home school.
Submitted by: Weiss family from Minnesota on Mar. 06, 2006 17:18
wonkyfied (adjective) : when a thing, object is going in the wrong direction or all over the place.
My hair was wonkyfied ! —, 6.3.2006
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 06, 2006 16:27
certitudinous (adjective) : with certitude; having certitude
Mathematical computation permits certitudinous verification of the solution predicted by theory.
Submitted by: Robert K S from Ohio on Mar. 06, 2006 14:54
(abbreviation) : stand up paddleboarding
Submitted by: Chuck from Florida on Mar. 06, 2012 21:55
underemployed (adjective) : Having a job that does not utilize skills developed in one's normal career path, usually for significantly less pay than one is accustomed to.
I have been underemployed since the recession of 2000.
Submitted by: Michael Wilburn from Texas on Mar. 06, 2006 11:32
benefriend (noun) : Friend with benefits
We're not dating, she's my benefriend.
Submitted by: Michael Wilburn from Texas on Mar. 06, 2006 11:25