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do it big

To do your best at any given task. Apparently the word means to do your best and not hold anything back. The use of the word big in this phrase connotes large amount of something, possibly More…

Do the dirty Salad

(Verb) Doing ones laundry =Ian go do the dirty salad so we don't have to smell it Etymology : Because laundry smells bad and I would assume dirty salad would smell awful =A friend More…

DO-OVERS

Mistakes made by casts during shooting that are edited out in a finished product This word seemed to be an easy way for referring to mistakes made by actors and actresses in movie that are More…

Do-rag

A type of head-covering cloth or hat which evokes a sense of low class apparel and is suggestive of a gang The word do-rag has been compounded to mean any article worn on the head, More…

doable

(Metaphor) Doable, ADJ - good looking enough such that others have a desire to engage them in sexual intercourse [Metaphorically drawn from 'do'/'doable' (Fr - OED) - More…

Docious

Awesome, super, exceptional Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is a very long and time consuming word to say. My guess is that super was clipped off the front which also has the same More…

Doco

Australian English shortening of ‘documentary’ or ‘documentary film.’ Both users were Australian; it is probably a common shortening of ‘documentary More…

Docudrama

A dramatized depiction of real events usually in television or movies =The type of media that this term describes is becoming much more common. It’s popularity necessitated a term to label More…

Doe

(Conjunction) (CONJ) Shortened form of “though,” often used unnecessarily. =: It has become common through cellular messaging and internet posts to drop the th- in many words. The phrase More…

dog

term used to describe a good friend, or even used like the word “man” in the statement this word has been used for years, probably originating in the hip-hop community; More…

Dog it

Exclamation expressing displeasure, anger, or frustration. Speaker was seeking colorful, humorous, and unique method way of saying “d*mn it”. It is likely that she was More…

dogcatcher

(metaphorical extension) any elected office of little prestige and voter interest =The presidential race gets the most attention, and as you go down to Senate and House and dogcatcher, you More…

dogcessory

Accessories related to pets, e.g. pet food, collars, hair trimmers, etc. This is a creative use of blending by clipping the front of accessory and replacing it with dog. This makes the More…

doge

(noun) A meme character of a Shibe dog. Is associated with excitement, positive energy, hyperactivity, etc. but is often used in circumstances with a drastically different atmosphere (see More…

doge(1)

a silly dog. =This word is typically used to describe a silly and often disoriented dog. It originally referred to the shiba inu breed of dogs, since they tend to have rather funny faces, More…

dogfood

To use the software being developed in a company internally for everyday purposes. ('the company dogfoods their product by using it themselves') The word was originally noun, originating More…

Doggo

Another name for dog. =This word is derived from the root word “dog”. The addition of the “-o” morpheme functionally does nothing, but probably adds a friendly nature to the word. Typical More…

Doggo1

The opposite of a pupper: a large dog. Again, the word doggo does not denote the age of the dog, like the word dog may when use instead of the word puppy. Instead, doggo denotes More…

dogmatic

pertaining to laying down of opinion =That is one dogmatic view. Etymology : dogma Greek 'opinion' + ic 'ADJ' =Television

Dohment

(blend of phrase "doh!" and word "moment.") A moment when someone realizes his mistake and despairs at his own stupidity. ="OH no! I have a take-home exam due in More…


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