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Colombine

to overreact to something using violence capable of causing harm or death To describe overreacting using violence rather than saying the whole statement. =Careful not to make him mad, he More…

colon bacon

a mythical being who inhabits college students and commits unspeakable crimes against Rice University. Example: "Dude! Colon Bacon broke the Fondren window with his ass!" =global More…

Colorblind

indifferent to race; not racist Colorblind is a metaphoric semantic shift from the identical parent word meaning ‘incapable of distinguishing color.’ As color is sometimes More…

coma

To lose consciousness, as if going into a coma. =This word is a zero derivation of the noun "coma", a medical term meaning prolonged state of unconsciousness. In context it was More…

Combobulatory

Used to describe a situation where a person is looking at every random utterance of his friends as a possible entry into his/her word journal. (“Now Gina, you don’t want to be More…

Comcastic

A fantastic life filled with the top of the line broad band internet services and on-demand TV. Possible reason used: It is a play of words on the company name COMCAST to associate their More…

Come up

A bargain, an item found on clearance or at a thrift shop. =I'm looking for a come up since I only have five dollars to spend on school supplies. Etymology : Come up is a clipping More…

COMETISED

used to describe Netscape when it freezes or jams. =Oh geez, Netscape is cometised. Etymology : based on the observation of a "shooting star" or a comet (cannot really tell) that More…

comf'

(ADJ) Comfortable. =Was used to describe a chair, may be a regional slang. Probably was made up as a quick and easy way to say comfortable. Etymology : clipping of comfortable. More…

Comfort-movie

: A movie you tune into when you are sad, with the intention of being cheered up by the film. Similar to the use of comfort food when you are sad. =The term is a compound of two More…

Comin' in hot

Comin’ in hot means moving too fast in terms of bringing thoughts or ideas up too soon or prematurely Comin’ in hot is used when someone is thinking too far ahead or prematurely brings up More…

Commando

Condition of not wearing underwear, usually referring to those who do it by choice rather than by necessity The word commando has come to mean not wearing underwear through the association More…

commando

going out without wearing underwear I first heard this word in high school around 2001 when I was just starting to care about fashion and how I looked. Commando is when a person does not More…

Commando

To be wearing no underwear. Commando means to be wearing no undergarments. In is usually referred to in the sense “to go commando”, which means to dress without underwear. More…

COMMENT IN

To remove comments from a piece of computer code in order to make it executable The discussion had centered on whether or not to comment the code out. Once comments had been placed around More…

common-sense

To solve a problem using common sense rather than more complicated techniques. To solve a problem using common sense. This appears to be formed by zero-derivation from the noun More…

commonest

something that is the most commonplace - there is some confusion in modern English as to which words require more or most when comparing items, and which require the suffix -er or -est. More…

commonsensical

proceeding or behaving in a manner that indicates guidance by common sense Type of Formation: compound derivation; (Note that the typical adjective form of sense is sensible not sensical. More…

comms

An area used to congregate members of a large group and an area available for use by many people. =The use of the word “commons” is very frequent, especially college students who study and More…

commuticate

To talk on the way to work or school. This word has no real function in everyday language. It was formed mearly as a joke to combine the act of taking and commuting into one word. =Do you More…


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