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Plainface

(plain and face) When someone shows little to no emotion. =This is used in a sarcastic way to show displeasure for the situation. The lack of reaction is indicative of disappointment. This More…

plainfully

Both plainly and painfully; used especially in "it is plainly and painfully obvious. Interpretation of intended meaning Both plainly and painfully; used especially in "it is plainly and More…

Planimal

(1) a cross between a plant and an animal. Fictional word.(2) A word used to mean “both plant and animal” even if referring to multiple organisms It wasn’t meant to be More…

Planite

Someone from Plano. Since there are many students at Rice that from various parts of Texas, there was a need to distinguish students from different cities. Houstonian is already a well More…

Plank

To lie completely horizontal in a place not usually laid upon =The term is used when someone has their picture taken on an object that is not usually laid upon. The subject's feet are More…

plank

(metaphor and derivation; verb) to pose stiff like a plank and take a picture; a contest to see who can get the funniest/most unique picture this way =Created as a game in Australia which More…

Plank

(Metaphorical change in meaning.; The verb of the noun plank are the same.; The term is an action.; The verb associated with a noun is created.) To "plank" is to lie in an unusual More…

Planking

(Word Formation type: Suffixation) Refers to the action of an animal or person lying face down on an object with their arms stretched flat above their heads or by their sides and their legs More…

planking

(metaphor) to lie horizontally in a strange or unusual place, with your arms to your side, and toes pointed straight downwards. Usually a picture is taken of the person “planking” and it is More…

planking (2)

Lying horizontally with face down and arms stiffened by one's sides, resembling a plank. An internet trend originated in Australia where people took pictures of themselves More…

plasma

a new kind of television which is very thin and has a big screen. As the new kind of television is produced by making use a collection of charged particles (i.e. plasma), the television More…

Plastered

To describe someone that is inebriated; to say that someone is under the influence of alcohol =Pertains to someone that has drank too much alcohol, and is not functioning by their own More…

plastic

a person or group of people who seem artificial In this sense, plastic is being used as a metaphor to describe someone who seems too perfect or unreal on the outside (physical appearance). More…

plastic

Someone who is superficial and shallow This term is used to describe people who are extremely superficial. The word formation is a semantic shift. Possibly, “plastic” could be More…

plastic

(euphemsim) a description of a person who is so consumed with their appearance and social status that they become so contrived to the point of unmistakable fakeness =Janis (from Mean More…

Platterpus

resembling a platypus, being clumsy or awkward. Apparent Meaning: a clumsy person. Reason Used: to make fun of me for tripping and to make me laugh at the same time. My friend thought that More…

Play Fantasy

To participate in a game modeled for fun and imagination. Expresses possession of a 'fantasy' or made-up team in the form of a verb. Refers to a sports team. ='We play fantasy' More…

play Mario

the practice of jumping up to punch in ceiling tiles. This word came about from the practice of punching in ceiling tiles for fun in a dorm hallway. Students found that jumping up and More…

playa

a male who is sexually active with multiple partners. It was coined due to a desire to describe a male who goes through many women by use of slang. =That dude is a playa. He has a new More…

Playa

a person who plays a game, in slang terms the game of girls This word was used as an interesting way to describe a pair of shoes, and how those particular shoes give one a characteristic More…


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