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awenone (adjective) : beyond impressive : more than awesome

The movie was awenone!

Submitted by: Farid E. Galindo from California on Jul. 05, 2017 15:37


ambisinister (adjective) : equally clumsy with both hands

The banjo player said he was ambisiniter. His playing certainly reflected such.

Submitted by: jimmypick from Utah on Jul. 03, 2017 14:41


janked (adjective) : stolen

Submitted by: on Jul. 03, 2017 05:41


extractivism (noun) : an economic tendency to extract as much as possible from the earth via its natural resources with little regard for the long-term environmental consequences.

Submitted by: David from Mexico on Jul. 02, 2017 23:15


quajillion (verb) : an extremely large amount or number

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 02, 2017 23:11


dumbart

(adjective) : dumb and smart

Submitted by: Tytiana Fortune from South Carolina on Jul. 01, 2017 17:25


madify (verb) : to make someone mad

Don't madify me with your stupid advice.

Submitted by: Rajesh Kumar Sahoo from India on Jul. 01, 2017 06:56


emogif (noun) : a gif used to express an emotion

Emogifs are more accurate at conveying feelings than emojis.

Submitted by: Samyak Kucheria from India on Jul. 01, 2017 05:13


cringetastrophe (adjective) : a cringe-inducing catastrophe

That person is a cringetastrophe.

Submitted by: on Jun. 30, 2017 12:22


stand-alone copy desk (noun) : a self-contained copy editing department

With the imminent elimination of a stand-alone copy desk at The New York Times, copy editors and reporters have sent two strongly worded letters to top management voicing their concerns over the changes to the newsroom's structure. —Sydney Ember, The New York Times, June 29, 2017

Submitted by: on Jun. 29, 2017 23:41