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To become more defined in appearance as a result of intense exercising or physical activity A cool way of saying that someone has been working out ; also, it serves to acknowledge that the More…

cut #2

muscular; having well-defined muscles =A person who works out a lot and has noticeable muscles can be described as “cut.” Maybe this is because it looks like the lines of their muscles More…

cut (2)

(metaphor) to have sexual intercourse =Slang word used to refer to the act of having sex Etymology : from Old French couteau "knife." Replaced Old English ceorfan More…

Cuteola

state of being fashionable and attractive. apparent meaning: looking very fashionable. reason used: Oprah is probably trying to create a new catch phrase or make her self appear younger by More…

Cuts

(noun) Back roads =This term is used in reference to non-major roads. They are usually residential and do not contain stoplights. People choose to "take the cuts" in order to More…

cutty

(clipping) Cutty, adj. refers to someone who is classified as creepy, or sketchy. The person or situation is fairly unsafe and appears very uncertain. They may be untrustworthy and give off More…

cutty buddy

a person with whom you have strictly only a sexual relationship with no other ties =The speaker coined this term as a way to make the already established idea of a girl that would More…

cuz

cousin, friend =“I’ve missed you cuz!” Etymology : A clipping of the word “cousin”. It is mainly used in an informal setting, directed at either an actual cousin or a good friend. It is More…

cuzzle

(verb) An act somewhere in between cuddling and nuzzling. ="Hannah sure likes to cuzzle with her pillow a lot" Etymology : A blending of the words "cuddle" and More…

Cyber

having online sex communication through a computer. It is shorter than saying cyber-sex. =Do you want to cyber? Etymology : meaning assigned to a word that normally just refers to the More…

Cyber Monday

The Monday that follows Thanksgiving. Merchants traditionally regard the Friday after Thanksgiving as Black Friday, since people all go out and shop. The coinage of the word Cyber Monday More…

Cyber Monday

The rush of online ordering of gifts for the holiday season. In this compound, Monday’s meaning has been narrowed from it’s typical meaning by the word Cyber. Though the words, More…

Cyber Monday

Used to describe the Monday after black Friday, a day where online retailers hold large sales in order to lure customers into doing their holiday shopping. ="I do most of my holiday More…

Cyber-grounded

Describing the condition of being barred from accessing the Internet or using a computer for entertainment purposes; applies especially to children The area of computing is a constant More…

CYBERBULLY

One who bullies, harasses or picks on a person through computers and other electronic means. Especially used to refer to harassment of those less able to defend themselves against such More…

cyberbully

to bully or harass someone, usually anonymously, over the internet, through social networking sites such as MySpace or Facebook ="Cyberbullying Blamed For Teen Suicides" More…

Cyberchondriac

thinking one is always sick because of self-diagnoses on the internet With the emergence of the internet as a universal source of information, people often replace trained professionals More…

cyberchondriac

A blending of the words "cyber" and "hypochondriac," a 'cyberchondriac' is someone who convinces themselves that they suffer from a particular disease (or More…

cyberdeath

the process by which one offers to have “cybersex” with another person online, but in the midst of the conversation turns from a potential lover to an ax-murderer Cyber- is a More…

cyberpark

A large area of land where computer and technology companies are concentrated, or that has been constructed with a high-tech communications infrastructure (cf. industrial park) =There More…


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