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whaterver (noun) : like unto whatever, but only a concrete noun;

Just go clean out the whatervers out of your room this instant!

Submitted by: Michael from Washington on Dec. 08, 2005 17:00

accismus (noun) : Pretending to show disinterest when actually desiring something or someone.

Only out of accismus did I fail to mention to Keira Knightley how much I adored her.

Submitted by: FastestReply Dot Com from California on Dec. 08, 2005 16:51

monstrumental (adjective) : of such significance that other great achievements pale in comparison; monstrously monumental.

Matt was monstrumental in helping finish this project.

Submitted by: Ben Mcmath from Georgia Us on Dec. 08, 2005 15:27

Coolio

(adjective) : being cool; usually refferring to an object or place

Submitted by: Devon from California on Jan. 09, 2008 23:48

1337

(noun) : leet

I am more 1337 than you. —www.great.la

Submitted by: Max from Singapore on Feb. 04, 2007 20:52

cosplay

(noun) : the activity of costumed role playing

He looked authentic in his cosplay version of Spider-Man.

Submitted by: Steve Kimball from Delaware on May. 20, 2014 08:16

flatsigned (adjective) : Autographed directly on a book or collectible without personalization like "To Bob" and not signed on a bookplate (sticker) then added to a book or other collectible.

The book was flatsigned by the author. —Robert Moss, 2005

Submitted by: Tim Miller from Tennessee on Dec. 08, 2005 01:48

clockophany (noun) : the clangor of multiple clocks striking at once.

Every day at noon, the clock shop erupted in a joyful clockophany.

Submitted by: Michael Schwitzgebel from Texas on Dec. 07, 2005 22:54

sexylicious

(adjective) : deliciously sexy

"Carmen Electra is sexylicious!" exclaimed Eric.

Submitted by: Shiny from Georgia Us on Jan. 13, 2007 12:00

kong (other) : suffix meaning gorilla, as in king or donkey

The primatologist primarily studied mountain kongs.

Submitted by: David Daneman from Kansas on Dec. 07, 2005 20:16

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