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(blend) A modern functional programming language; Designed for scalability so that the software written with Scala is capable of growing with increased demand e.g. website traffic =Have you More…

Scalade (3)

(From the word Escalade.) An Escalade SUV. =First heard this term in a youtube video about NBA rookie pranks where the Sacramento Kings put popcorn in rookie Donte Greene’s Escalade. Now, I More…

scancer

Cell malfunction creating tumor or abnormality of the skin Possible reason used: To refer to skin cancer in the quickest way possible =If you have more moles you probably have a higher More…

Scanchy

describing someone or something as scandalous or raunchy Scanchy is a cross between scandalous and raunchy; it could be used interchangeably with either term. It is derogatory term used to More…

Scandilific

Describe one who is terrific at spreading scandal. This nonce word was most likely used by Ankur because he wanted to describe the fact that Shivanni was excellent at spreading scandalous More…

scandroid

(and compounding) A cashier who does his or her job very mechanically, without emotion. ="That scandroid was so out of it, she forgot to scan one of my loaves of bread." More…

scandy

(a clipping for "scandalous"; risqué) A word to describe something or someone as risque, often used amongst friends, to ridicule or tease. =Oh my god, your costume are so scandy! More…

Scanlate

To scan images of a manga or manhua (comic books from the countries of Japan, Korea or China), to remove the text and replace it with translated text, such as English, then to upload the More…

scantabulous

scandalous and fantabulous, used most often to describe someone who looks slightly slutty =Mary looked scantabulous at the party to other night. =Rice Student

Scanté

(unknown) Crystal methamphetamine. Possibly could be used to mean any type of hard drug. Seems to imply a batch of very good quality. ="Best scanté ever." Etymology : Unknown. More…

Scapegoat

Someone who is selected to receive all the blame. Usually to protect a larger, more important figurehead. The scapegoat is persecuted for any and all crimes. =Lets choose the assistance to More…

scareactor

Actor for live horror entertainment, especially haunted houses. =Use of the term seems to be limited to aficionados of horror entertainment or those in the industry. This makes it nearly More…

Scareapolooza

a convention or accumulation of fearful events This is a play on the lollapalooza concert festival, which is characterized as an incredible large gathering. In combing it with scare the More…

scarific

Causing both fright and a pleasant feeling. reason used: To say a word that meant both scary and terrific; scary in a positive way =What a scarific movie! I loved it! Etymology : More…

Scelerous

pertaining to crime ='That store ripped us off so much, it's scelerous!' Etymology : From Latin 'sceler' meaning crime =Friend 12/08

scenester

generally an upper class white individual who makes an effort to fit in to another genre of people, or “scene,” (usually punk or underground scene) by wearing similar clothes More…

Scents (12)

(Sounds like sense. Sound of "scents" suggest meaning in sentence is 'sense'.) Sense =Zero derivation between homonyms — scents and sense. Used by author jokingly. More…

Schadenfreudelicious

Creating joy from other’s misery. =Blend of “Schadenfreude” with “delicious.” Etymology : “Schadenfreude” is a loanword from German, from “schaden” meaning harm, and “freude,” meaning More…

Scheck happens

General epithet used when things go awry. =Lingo used by journalists covering the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial. Found in Newsweek.

Scheller

1) A type of anecdote or story in which there is a discrepancy between one's anticipated reaction to the conclusion and one's actual reaction to the conclusion. The one being More…


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