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adorapresh (1)

(blending and clipping) Adorable, charming, lovely, and precious. Something held dear. Used mainly by high school girls to describe something they find cute. The blend combines adorable with More…

Adorbs

cute, whimsical, charming =Part of a cult of clippings and derivations popularized by celebrities, girl cliques, magazines, etc. The usage is mainly restricted to a certain type of person More…

adorbs

A synonym for “adorable.” Since adorable is a multisyllabic word, it has been shortened to “adorbs” for ease of speech. =“Those dogs were totes adorbs!” Etymology : A clipping of More…

adorbs (2)

(clipping) cute or charming =My roommates are so adorbs. Etymology : clipping of adorable + inflectional affix "s" =friend; October 2010

Adorbs (9)

Adorable =Simply an alternate way of saying adorable, adorbs is used primarily in either chatspeak or conversations already containing slang words. It’s known to be a very informal word More…

adorbz

new form of the word “adorable” to mean cute, petite, delightful, or charming. 2) when referred to a person, it can also mean childish or seen as a child in level of maturity or appearance More…

adorkable

Someone who is considered adorable because of an awkward, clumsy, or otherwise dorky characteristic. This word was created to combine the two concepts of dorky and adorable together to More…

adorkable

descriptive word for something that is both dorky and adorable. Oftentimes the adjective is used to describe something that is adorable because of its dorkiness. This word is on first More…

adorkable

an endearing term for having the characteristics of both adorable and dorky. The word is used to emphasize just how cute, adorable, yet dorky something is. It is used by people who tend to More…

Adorkable

something adorable but dorky =That boy was sooooo adorkable! Etymology : explained in definition =Jenny at family dinner 10/12/10 – “Aww, Ivy, that’s so adorkable”

adorkable (2)

(blending) blending of adorable and dork – A person who is both dorky and adorable. It is a complement. Dorky people strive to be this high, yet honorable, level of dorkiness. =“You are so More…

Adultified

to be treated as an adult at an early age, or to pressure a child to act like and have the maturity of an adult That there is now a word for this phenomenon that is universally understood More…

adulting

Actions, activities, and responsibilities which are stereotypically associated with adulthood and living on one’s own. =Common examples of adulating include grocery shopping and paying More…

Adultolescence

moving back in with your parents after graduating from college The author was trying to accurately name the state of moving back in with one's parents as an adult, especially after college More…

adverteasement

(Possibly) personal advertisement. It is not completely clear to me what this word actually means. From a lot of usage it seems that it's a kind of advertisement that is publicized in an More…

Advertorial

What is written when a company pays to have a good story written about them in a publication. By adding a hint of advertising to the word about a story, the piece acquires a negative More…

Advict

A person who constantly uses Advil for any discomfort. This word was most likely created because Advil became such a popular drug many individuals used to soothe almost anything: headaches, More…

Adware

Computer software that makes advertisements open on computers that the computer operator cannot control Apparent meaning: Computer software that causes advertising windows to open on the More…

Adwonderize

to make something seem wonderful using effective advertising to describe a situation quickly without needing a long explanation =It’s just a rock now but once we adwonderize it More…

AF

Emphatic addition attached to adjectives standing for "As Fuck". ="AF" is used after an adjective for emphasis. It is very often used after adjectives with negative More…


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