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to accuse or expose a person. This word may have been used because the word expose didn’t immediately come to mind. Also it sounds more like something has really happened, that all is More…

out there

what one perceives world to be like reason used: to convey in understandable terms that every person perceives the world in a different light and thus has a different view of what is More…

out-dumb

To defeat a political opponent in an election by appealing to the masses by portraying oneself as a normal person who will do what is right as opposed to a snobby elitist Reason used: The More…

Out-enthusiasmed

Losing due to an inferior display of passion, spirit, and drive to win a competition. =We were simply out enthusiasmed. Etymology : The new word has taken the noun 'enthusiasm' and More…

outie

to have left some place or to be in the process of leaving someplace Presumed reason for coinage trendy and somewhat dumb sounding, which fits into the movie =I'm outie =Clueless

Outie 5000

To go out or away from in an extreme manner; to exit in a noticeable fashion. 5000 is added to denote a more extreme action. =This party is pretty boring, so I am outie 5000. Etymology : More…

Outtie

The act of leaving or getting out. =Used more to describe the idea of a sandwich that is so good that it is almost non-existent. Etymology : Blend of the words “out of here”. =“Dude More…

outwhataburger

To win a burger competition by making an exceptional burger. The novel phrase may be used as a catchphrase in the burger industry. This type of neologism is fit for a TV add. =An ad for More…


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