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'cruits

A group of people that are being sought out to join a team or organization. A group of people, usually newcomers. A shorter version of the plural noun 'recruits', possibly used to emphasize More…

C'mon Man

Refers to anything that is bad or embarrassing that could have been avoided. =That play was so bad, it became a C’mon Man nominee. Etymology : Change in use from the usual interjection More…

CAAMing

To spend hours in the computer lab of one's college coding a program for a CAAM assignment. ="Hey - we're gonna be CAAMing in the basement later on if you want to join More…

Cablinasian

It describes someone of Caucasian, Black, Indian, and Asian ancestry. Cablinasian is an example of a word formed by the blending and clipping of the words Ca(ucasian) + Bl(ack) + In(dian) + More…

Cablinasian

Being of Caucasian, Black, Indian, and Asian descent. This word literally means "Caucasian-Black-Indian-Asian." Tiger Woods coined this term to describe his heritage after the media began More…

cacaophony

The act of making a lot of noise or talking a lot about chocolate, to the point where it disturbs or infringes on the peace of others. =This word has probably only ever been used once, More…

cachunkachunk

(nonce) another word for remote control to the television =Cachunkachunk sounds like it would have a sharp shape or meaning. It almost sounds rectangular like a remote control which is also More…

CAD

to make a 3-dimensional digital representation based on plans for a design or based on a physical object =Computer Aided Design, shortened to the acronym CAD, is an important set of More…

CAD1

To use CAD or a similar computer program to design or model something. =The word CAD originally referred only to the type of program, then to the specific program that took on its name. More…

cadaverific

very extremely and obviously dead, to a greater extent than simply not being alive anymore, depicted as dead on multiple levels =Used to describe an exhibit of animals and ecosystems More…

CADILLACING

Relaxing. syn. chilling. =He didn't work at all. He was just cadillacing. Etymology : Slang =Conversation

Cadutraments

(nonce word) Used when referring to an excess of keychains or accessories. Could also be used for excess jewelry or charms. =Cadutraments is a nonce word that can be considered a handful More…

CAF

A university cafeteria, or the food it serves; used pejoratively Caf is a slang word I have heard from several students who go to another college. They use it to refer to their More…

cafetorium

a room used as a cafeteria and an aufitorium Blending and clipping of the word “cafeteria”, being a place you eat, and “auditorium”, being a place with a stage a More…

Caffeineaholic

a person who is addicted to caffeine. It can be used to describe students who have to stay awake by drinking much coffee to finish some work. It came into being by adding -aholic to More…

caffeineoholic

A noun, denoting a person who is addicted to caffeine This word was used to describe students who had an ddiction to caffeine because they drank it so much when test time came around. It is More…

cage

Motorcyclist’s term for a car Motorcycle riders refer to cars as ‘cages’, most likely because they equate being surrounded by metal and glass as being in a cage. The More…

cagged

(Spanish; borrowed) Being in a simple situation that seems impossible to overcome. =Similar to saying, "screwed" such as in "I'm screwed." The equivalent in Spanish More…

Cagy

Describing something or someone that is very reserved and marked with great wariness. derivation, possibly from the word “cage” =Don’t be so CAGY—Tell us the More…

caj

Casually or informally. Casually, informally. The word itself is an example of its meaning, due to its slangy nature, and sound symbolism may have had something to do with the coinage, More…


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