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cadywampus (adjective) : When somethings is crooked or just not right.

The ladder is cadywampus. The cut is cadywampus

Submitted by: Mel from Georgia Us on Jan. 23, 2006 20:14


(noun) : a limit of 100 or fewer lottery tickets

This word was submitted to the Hawaii Legislation for legalizing limited lottery in Hawaii. —Noel Muraki, For limited lottery in Hawaii., 1/12/06

Submitted by: Noel S. Muraki from Hawaii on Mar. 14, 2006 18:16

cakehole or cake-hole (noun) : Mouth (slang, also some regional dialects in Britain, including Leicestershire & Lancashire.) [Suggested etymology: Welsh "ceg" = mouth. The combination is apparently to distinguish the cavity from the lips etc. N.B. Welsh pronunciation - "b" and "g" are softened so they sound almost like "p" and &qu...

"Shut your cakehole!" [general use] "Whenever he opens his cakehole, ..." [general use] "He should shut his cakehole." [general use] "Through The Cakehole" [Name of comedy show, Jo Brand, Channel 4, 1993; live show somewhat earlier] "Dearest, if you can't express yourself in more elegant terms, ki...

Submitted by: Ron H-W from United Kingdom on Jan. 23, 2006 18:46

chlueberry (adjective) : When you mix cherries and blueberries in a meal; mostly desserts.

We're going to have a chlueberry dream pie for desset tonight.

Submitted by: Kelsey from Ohio on Jan. 23, 2006 18:31


(noun) : a humorous remark made by the 43rd president of the United States, George W. Bush, that was unintentional

i.e. "Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." óWashington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004 —George W. Bush,

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 23, 2006 18:16

cemetarian (noun) : A person who is employed at a cemetery

The cemeterians were concerned about certain facts, and recorded them on a daily basis. (I am transcribing old records and needed a term to describe the persons who did the original recording in the old books, maps and scratch sheets. Since I do not know who these people are, or their jobs at the time, I needed a generic term to cover them all. —Robert M. Scharf, brain, July 2004

Submitted by: Bob Scharf from California on Jan. 23, 2006 18:15


(adjective) : bigger than huge and enormous......REALLY BIG!

That poor woman has a hunormous chip on shoulder because of the hunormous pain-in-the-butt husband of hers!

Submitted by: Julie Kamensky from Florida on Feb. 22, 2008 08:36

fighter (noun) : Any entity or situation that impedes the welfare or progress of an individual or group.

That electromagnetics test was a fighter; I only got two of the seven problems completed.

Submitted by: Turtle Monkey from Indiana on Jan. 23, 2006 17:28

gazilion (noun) : An imaginary number representing on that is extremely high.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 23, 2006 16:36

canoer (noun) : One who paddles or rides in a canoe

The canoers paddled down the stream.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 23, 2006 15:18

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