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dunst

an indescribably bad stench, the worst smell one will ever smell in their life For one to say they might have smelled their dunst implies that they could not imagine ever smelling anything More…

Dunzo

Finished =A word used to express the finality of completing an organic chemistry ("orgo") homework assignment Etymology : The word arises from the adjective "done" in More…

dunzo1

(verb) Done or finished. To come to an end or completion. =Used as a creative way to say done. A form of slang that easily rolls of the tongue. The speaker of this term probably wanted to More…

dupe

(A clipping of duplicate; changes the term from a verb to a noun; an exact copy) A term often used by make up and beauty enthusiasts, dupes are defined as low cost alternatives to high end More…

duplex

to interact with a single other cellular component (protein, DNA, RNA) on a molecular level The zero derivation allows a quicker way to say “form a duplex;” much practical More…

Duplitron

Exact double; twin; doppelganger. ("my evil duplitron") This word was invented to sound like an actual Latin borrowing, but at the same time to provoke laughter at its absurdity. =Well, if More…

Durdle

(Noun or verb) Verb: To waste time; to do nothing productive and/or does not further progress to a goal. Noun: Someone who is durdling. Noun: Something that serves little useful purpose. More…

Duss

(v) To insult or belittle. Usually in a loss in any type of situation. =Clipped from the word "dust" which was clipped from the phrase "bite the dust". This term is More…

Dutch door action

the act of screwing both men and women: bisexual =First, he screws me. Then, he screws you. A little Dutch door action. Etymology : Dutch door 'A door divided in two horizontally so More…

DWC

A large conference held each winter break in Dallas, TX for several Universities in the southern US region. [Acronym formed by roots Dallas-'Texas city name'+ Winter-'cold More…

dweet

A Twitter tweet sent when drunk; a drunken tweet ="There is no way she could have said that if she were sober. That is definitely a dweet." Etymology : Blend of drunk and tweet More…

Dykelet

a very young lesbian; a tomboy who may identify herself as a lesbian in later life English previously had no such word ;the popular phrase “baby dyke” connotes a slightly older More…

Dykon

a hero or idol appealing primarily to lesbians A blending of the words ‘dyke’ and ‘icon,’ one might be surprised to know this word originated in the gay community. More…

Dyslexiate

To form a spoonerism User could not remember the name for the process of creating spoonerisms, but knew that it seemed related to the process which happens in a dyslexic’s head when More…

Dyson

(novel creation) Changing something that had a once concrete meaning or way of being done; Rethinking the norm or being unconventional in thought or action. =Can be used to describe action More…

Pwn

(of player (n.) + verb (v.)) To beat handily at some form of competition. It stems from the widened meaning of own (v.) from the metaphor: to beat someone so badly that you own their More…


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