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loverness

The state or quality of being a lover of someone or something reason used: The speaker blurted the word out in a spur-of-the-moment burst of disbelief at how someone could possibly love the More…

lovespam

(love + spam = lovespam) lovespam, n. a large amount of love sent to one person within a short period of time, usually electronically, expressing affection =Lovespam uses metaphor to extend More…

low key

(adjective) only slightly, just a little bit Etymology : Old term from as far back as 1895; original meaning: casual, not showy; compound of low (adj) + key (n), perhaps from the musical More…

low key (1)

Discrete and subtle, not meant to attract attention =Low key was most likely coined out of utility; low key often describes a piece of information that one is fine with being shared with More…

Low-low

A car that has had the suspension lowered so it rides closer to the ground. Also called a low-rider. This word is prominent in street culture and hip-hop/rap culture. Low-lows, or More…

low-pro

A type of tire that is very slim and hardly noticeable from a side view; often used to accentuate the highly stylized metal rims of automobiles. Apparent Meaning: The word refers to the More…

Lowball

To steal a girl from other guy who especially you know well. undefined =“She is dating with my friend and I don’t want to lowball him.” =My friend

lowkey

(/ adjective) Used to describe something low-profile. Can be used as an adverb to modify verbs or adjectives, or just used as an adjective itself. Antonym: highkey =Lowkey as an adverb: More…

lowl

laughing of any sort =The joke made him lowl. Etymology : spelling of pronunciation of acronym LOL 'laughing out loud' and then generalized to any luaghing =conversation More…

LPAPing or lpap-ing

the action of participating in an LPAP class at Rice =Its almost time to go LPAPing. Etymology : 'LPAP' + '-ing' =conversation with roommate, early September

lpb

Someone who plays online games (specifically Quake) with an internet connection that gives him an advantage over those with lesser hardware. This advantage is manifested in lower latency More…

LSHMNFOMC

Laughing So Hard My Noodle Fell Off My Chopstick =The culture of acronyms skyrocketed with the popularity of the Internet, texting, emailing, and social networking. What started off as an More…

LTIP

Exclamation used when someone is very amusing, usually used online meaning "laughing till I puke" Literally, “laughing till I puke”, though never taken completely literally. More…

luck you

expression: you’re lucky, but I’m jealous and in a much worse situation Typos are a frequent occurrence in most internet conversations. In this case, I meant to say “lucky More…

LUG

Lesbian Until Graduation. Etymology : Acronym of the phrase Lesbian Until Graduation. ="Greek". May 4, 2009. Season 2, Episode 16.

lulz

(corruption) Something done for humorous purposes ="I put pepper in his Dr. Pepper for the lulz" Etymology : A corruption of the acronym "LOL" (laugh out loud) More…

lumber

to burden another person, usually emotionally or psychologically Etymology : verb form for the word meaning something useless or cumbersome

lumping out

the state of being unproductive and merely acting as though one were an unmoving lump reason used: friend wasn’t feeling very productive or useful, so he expressed his feelings by More…

Lunchbox

An empty headed person It was used to describe ones absent-minded way of being. =Tim’s antics make him seem like such a lunchbox sometimes. Etymology : lunchbox. Blend of 'lunch' More…

lupper

A meal that takes place between the traditional hours of lunch and dinner (usually between 2 PM and 4 PM) and is eaten instead of having both lunch and dinner =“Yesterday afternoon we were More…


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