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Awesmazing

(Clipping and blending) When something is so cool that one word is not enough to describe it. =Because it sounds a little bit like osmosis, it is easy to say. It is used when something More…

awesome

awesomeness =either clipping of the -ness of "awesomeness," or a zero derivation of the adjective "awesome" to a noun. Etymology : awesome (adjective) More…

awesome-itude

incredibly outstanding, nothing could be better. The writer was talking about how great his college stories are. He wanted to express that his stories went beyond awesome. Thus he created a More…

Awesomelicious

An enthusiastic term used to describe a person or thing that is marvelous, stunning, great, etc. My fried was excited and wanted to describe her lovely roommate; thus, she quickly said that More…

awesomesauce

Describes something that is so extremely amazing, that just plain awesome doesn’t do the event or object justice. It is one level up from something which is just regular awesome. =His new More…

awesomesauce (1)

(compounding) something that is better than awesome =Frequently used to show agreement over the awesomeness of something. It is also used to emphasize the high degree of awesome that a More…

awesomest

Most awesome; very remarkable or outstanding. wanted to use a superlative form of awesome =You are the awesomest! Etymology : derivation of 'awesome'+ '-est' =a friend’s More…

awful house

(waffle > awful) a Waffle House, used in a derogatory to put down their food, service, or atmosphere =Look! A Awful House! Etymology : joke on waffle house waffle > awful =Speech More…

Awk

clipping of 'awkward'; embarrassment or inconvenience caused by lack of social grace ="That was one of the most awk situations I've been in" Etymology : From More…

awk

awkward or embarrassing =Often used during a long silence after a certain remark, or just to describe some action or person as being or doing something awkward. Etymology : clipping of More…

Awk (2)

awkward =Awk.. Etymology : back clipping of the word awkward =Natalie conversation (10/20/10) – “That was such an awk situation”

Awk (3)

(Adjective) a term used to describe a situation or circumstance that is very awkward and makes a person feel uncomfortable =Way to be awk dude. I think you could have handled seeing for ex More…

awk (4)

(clipping) a lack of grace (including social grace) =My screw-date was super awk. This sort of back clipping is common (or so I've been told) in the northeastern United States, More…

Awk (5)

(clipping) describes an individual or scenario that has violated a social norm in a manner that causes something to seem out of place. =The term likely arose because of its convenient More…

awk (6)

(Clipping) awkward, weird =A simplifying or shortening of the word awkward into a one-syllable word, in keeping with many modernizations of words. Popularized in youth culture. Can be used More…

Awk (more than just clipping)

(adj.) Awkward. Also, generally bad or anything that would be a :/ in a text message (not quite sad, but something negative in the direction of being sad). It's rather hard to More…

awk sauce

(Compound of the words 'awkward' and 'sauce', with clipping of '–ward' from 'awkward') awkward, uncomfortable; usually used to describe a social More…

awk(7)

Feeling of embarrassment or inconvenience. =Well this is awk. (After a brief but awkward silence) Etymology : clipping of awkward containing awk meaning "back-handed" and the More…

awk23

(awkward) something that makes one feel uncomfortable or embarrassed usually in a social setting. clipping of “awkward” from mid-14c., "in the wrong direction," from awk More…

awkfest

a prolonged event or situation of extreme social awkwardness =The word awkfest results from the clipping of the word ‘awkward’ to ‘awk’ and then the blending of ‘awk’ with the word ‘fest.’ More…


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