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(Blending) To be unable to deal or cope with something =This word’s usage is similar to that of garb (see below). It is “sorority slang,” potentially created to sound cuter and certainly as More…

candoism

(blending-back formation, slang) The property, typically applied to an individual, of exuding confidence in one's ability to accomplish their goals. Etymology : from "can" More…

Candy flip

To ingest LSD and ecstasy at the same time. : Candy is often colorful and has intense flavors. An intensity of experience is typical of an LSD trip, as well as an ecstasy trip. But when More…

canivore

someone who frequently eats dogs. refers to someone who frequently eats dogs. Derived from canine and suffix -vore. Used as a joke. =Does that make him a canivore? Etymology : analogy More…

Cankle

A very think ankle that gives the appearance of having only a calf and a foot without a connecting ankle. The word 'cankle' was formed because it is a brief and humorous way to describe More…

cankle

A mix between ankle and calf, describing a lower leg that is also mixed as such. [Blend c(alf) + ankle.] This word possibly mocks the phenomenon of a large lower leg. I think the word More…

cankle

Ankles that are just as wide as the calves so that you can not differentiate between them. Formed as a quick way to visually decribe someone who has very thick ankles. =She's got cankles! More…

Cankle

the fusion of the calf and the ankle, commonly in reference to a person suffering from obesity Cankle was created in order to describe the lower leg of an obese person, without having to More…

Cankle (1)

having fat ankles; implying the seemless transition from calf to ankle =Blending of the words "calf" and "ankle" here demonstrates a metophorical blending of the More…

Cankle(2)

having fat ankles; implying the seemless transition from calf to ankle =Blending of the words "calf" and "ankle" here demonstrates a metophorical blending of the More…

cankles

Ankles that are large as the calves and produce no visible difference. Coined as a word to emphasize the continuation of the calf through the ankle region. =That girl has some serious More…

cankles

Large ankles, such that they blend into one’s calves To provide a more descriptive way of saying someone has big ankles by using another body part. It gives a visual description, More…

Cankles

Merging of the calves into an individual’s ankles =Used to describe a body part formed when one’s calves are not adequately defined and seem to blend into one’s ankles in a straight line More…

cankles(8)

(noun) The area in the leg where the calf meets the foot without visible signs of an anklebone. This is usually a medical condition due to excess adipose tissue around the ankle area. It is More…

cannon

1. In poker, a player who bets repeatedly and aggressively I first heard this word watching the World Series of Poker on ESPN, when I was just getting interested in the game. I More…

canon

(Zero derivation) What is considered to be true or fact, comes from the official source materials. =Historically, canon referred to church law and later the standard of excellence by which More…

Canoodle

to cuddle or snuggle with someone; to be close with someone in comfortable position Apparent Meaning: snuggle Type of word formation: Completely made up Reason Used: she used this word to More…

canorous

musical =The sound coming from your violin is very canorous. Etymology : Derived from the Latin canor 'melody', from canere, 'to sing' =A Rice student giving an odd compliment to a More…

Cans

(metaphor) A slang term used to describe a headphones. =It is a metaphor in which the word cans describes the part of the headphones which encapsulates the ears of the users. It is a slang More…

cantankerous

rude, short-tempered, agressive. =Scrooge is one of literature's most cantankerous characters ever. Etymology : from cantankour- "troublemaker" in Anglo-French =an More…


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