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Am-idol

A singer who is trying to become an actor. By virtue of their success in the music business, they also think that they can just as easily conquer Hollywood. Possible reason used: The term More…

Ama

(may also be a noun) Quality of being spineless, pathetic, not respectable, embarrassing, or simply not cool. COnnotation is not extremely harsh, but more towards embarassing. May also be More…

AMA-zing

having an appearance at the American Music Awards that evokes awe and wonder. ="The AMA's" is a commonly used initialism for the American Music Awards, in this case the More…

Amazoner

One who uses Amazon frequently =Amazon is a Web-based company that distributes goods. Some college students use Amazon as a cheaper way of getting books. "Amazonian" could have More…

Ambigender

Having no aspects that benefit either gender Possible reasons used: To shorten a statement that would have been much wordier. It parallels other words like ‘ambidextrous’ so More…

ambiguates

to make ambiguous Possible reason used: It clearly conveys the notion of rendering something unclear or ambiguous. =It ambiguates the meaning of a two notrump bid Etymology : root More…

Ambisextrous

Being able to use both hands for masturbation interchangeably. It was a simple way to say he was capable of using both hands so he just blended the word meaning capable of using both hands More…

ambisextrous

Having both sexes. =Analogous to “ambidextrous,” but meaning both sexes rather than both hands. Etymology : “Ambidextrous” comes from “ambidexter,” meaning “double-dealing,” with the More…

Ambiturner

A person who can turn all the way around by going in either way : Zoolander is full of funny words because the main character is not very intelligent. He has his own way of speaking, and More…

Amebo

A gossip An amebo can be described as a nosy person who does not mind her business or a person who gossips or enjoys talking about people to fault. It is derived from an extremely popular More…

Amerindians

Any of the native people of North American. This word refers to the people who were on the North American continent before the arrival of Europeans. These people are also called Indians, More…

Amirite

Informal, often sarcastic, way of saying 'Am I right?' Because 'right' is misspelled as 'rite', it can suggest sarcasm. The interjection often serves the place More…

amortization

decreasing cost over a certain time period =used to refer to economics and a decreasing cost Etymology : stem of amortize late 14c., from O.Fr. amortiss-, prp. stem of amortir More…

Amp'd

To be so excited that one is visibly shaking or manifesting their excitement in some other way. This is a metaphor to actual amperage, or electrical current, because people appear as if More…

Amped

Excited, the state of being excited; In an aroused state Before electric guitars are hooked up and altered through an amplifier, they sound dull, dreary, and their music is barely More…


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