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SLAB

stands for 'Slow Low And Bangin' =Mainly a term used in the South for any car that is fully customized ( sound system, paint job, rims, engine, ect). Use to be a term mainly used More…

slackadem

A person majoring in a non-science/engineering field at Rice. Rumor has it that these “academs” never have work to do and slack off all the time, although I’m not More…

slackadem

one who majors in a social science or humanities field, rather than a natural science or engineering field Slackadem is a play on the word academ. At Rice, students tend to shorten words More…

slackadem

A student at Rice who is not an engineer, architect, or musician, and hardly has any work to do At Rice, each major school of study has a nickname. An academ is a person who is majoring in More…

SLACKADEM

A student pursuing a social science or liberal arts major who tries to avoid doing any work. (Of course he's got free time; he's just another lazy slackadem.) The coiner of this word was More…

slackadem

Someone at Rice who majors in the Social Sciences or Humanities (an academ), with a playfully negative connotation. Implies that academs have less intensive work than students in the hard More…

Slackadem

A term used by science/engineering majors at Rice University for a person majoring in humanities or social sciences due to a perceived lack of work or effort put forth by the latter. =If More…

slackadem(1)

(blending, clipping) a humanities or social sciences major at Rice University who is said to be lazy because he/she rarely has any work to do and has more free time than a science or More…

Slackadem(2)

A student majoring in an academic field focused on reading and the humanities more than technical and scientific areas; an academic. Opposed to an engineer. =The term ‘slackadem’ is used More…

Slackademic

A student who prefers the safety and comfort of academic life over the trials and tribulations of the real world This word was probably coined to describe the growing number of students who More…

Slackademic

A young person, usually in their mid to late twenties, who prefers to remain in college, potentially on their parent’s payroll, as opposed to getting a job in the real world and More…

Slackademic

(Word used to refer to a person.; Slack+Academic) A "slackademic" is a person who takes an unreasonably long time to graduate college. This terms blends the adjective More…

Slackademic (2)

(noun) a student who prefers the safety and comfort of the typical academic life over the trials and tribulations of the real world. These people tend to try to stay in school forever and More…

Slacker-stoner

Characteristic of or involving persons who slack and smoke marijuana (‘a slacker-stoner comedy’) Centres around persons who are slackers and stoners; characteristic of or More…

Slacktivist

A person who claims to support a cause, but puts forth little to no actual effort to make any difference =Waseem claims to support homeless people, but only on facebook, proving he is a More…

Slag

(novel creation) A woman who has or has had multiple sexual partners, negative connotation. =People who use this term usually mean it in a derogatory way, and they most likely view females More…

slagging

(blending) The act of moving very slowly or being behind.Can also mean the act of preforming below average. =Blend between the words slacking and lagging. Came about because the writer More…

Slam

(metaphor) The girl you are sleeping with/ having sexual interactions with. =The term has become popular through out the greek system and knowledge of it is continuing to grow. This term is More…

Slam Piece

A friend one only contacts to have sex, a person with whom ones relationship is strictly sexual. While there may be an outside relationship of sorts, they are usually only in the More…

slambing

something that looks nice The character in the movie described other person as slambing when she dressed nicely. It shows similar meaning to stunning, as stunning can be interpreted as part More…


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