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randos

a group of people who appeared out of nowhere and were allowed to cut in front of a long line =Those randos just skipped us! Etymology : backclipping of randoms =Six Flags during Fall More…

Rank

Having a foul or offensive smell or aroma; showing disgust at some action, person, or event. Rank has been used to describe the smell of rotten food but also can be used in describing More…

rap god

Term some use to describe the hip-hop artist Eminem, and the legacy that he carries. Eminem has been, along with artists such as Jay-Z and Kanye West, at the forefront of modern rap music More…

rape

to be punished and utterly beaten by an exam Rape is an utterly humiliating, dominating, and painful event. It is nowadays used commonly to describe the work of an inanimate thing like a More…

Rape

To perform well academically or athletically. For some reason, success has become equated with violence in today’s linguistic culture. Today’s society is certainly much less More…

Rape or be raped

used to denote a situation in which one must either do very well or very poorly, e.g. if one has homework due in one hour and one has not started it yet, one must enter "rape or be More…

rape-or-be-raped situation

(joke) A situation in which one is forced to perform an undesirable action against another (even in an abstract way) first or risk the same fate. =Formed by analogy to the phrase More…

Raped

Taking advantage of a situation, doing really well at some task. It was used in this case to emphasize the fact that he did exceptionally well on the test. The graphic and serious nature More…

Rapey

(adj.) creepy, sketchy, downtrodden. As looks a place where rape might traditionally occur. ="Thanks for cleaning the basement; it looks a little less rapey now". Etymology : More…

Rarenormality

Something that is so normal it’s rare. I was riding the car with my girl friend and we were talking about someone who was extremely normal and non-descript. =yeah he is so normal he More…

RASTERBATOR

A service that takes images and enlarges them by making their pixels into small dots, somewhat similar to pointillism (I used the rasterbator to make these posters for my wall) The software More…

rasturbated

To have used the site rasterbator.net to make a very large image, usually for use as a poster =rasterbator.net itself is derived from the noun raster, the verb-forming suffix bate, and More…

Rat-pushing

In video games in which objectives need to be captured, refers to the act of slowing whittling down multiple objectives over time instead of trying to capture one objective all at once. More…

ratchet

of or pertaining to being overly and distastefully dressed, particularly referring to a woman’s hair and make-up =The speaker was looking for a negative sounding word and may have linked More…

Ratchet

A term used to describe anything or anyone considered crazy, wild, and out of hand or something nasty, revolting, undesirable or low class. =“Well let’s get ratchet, let’s get ratchet…” More…

ratchet [2]

Used to describe someone who is either (a) crazy/ very wild/ trashy or (b) nasty, busted, gross. Can be used in a positive or negative way. Word sounds as wild/nasty as the definition. More…

Ratchet [3]

(Novel Formation) Ratchet can have multiple meanings, all with varying degrees of negative connotations. Ratchet can mean trashy, gross, or disheveled. It could also mean something that is More…

ration

to dole out stingily An adapted slang use in which the impoverished sense of “ration” – to put on a fixed allowance of provisions – is emphasized to mean inadequate More…

ration

a small or niggardly amount An adapted slang use in which the impoverished sense of “ration” – a limited amount of provisions doled out for a specific time period – More…

Raunch

A person that has abnormal sexual fetishes. Upon research, the word “raunch” is a back-formation of the popular slang term “raunchy,” which is used to describe More…


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