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Hangry

a specific form of irrational anger that is felt by a person with low blood sugar who is then more irritable =blend between the words Hungry and Angry to create a new single word for a More…

smack

Heroin. Most frequently used in the 60s. A word used by gangsters to suggest Heroin so that nobody understand what they are talking about. =When the smack begins to flow, I really don't More…

Smack

Used to describe disrespectful/rude comments made towards or about someone. =“Rachel needs to stop talking all that smack about Ana.” Etymology : Zero derivation from the word “smack”, More…

smackdown

Great pain Used to draw up a more vivid image of pain, stemming from wrestling. Most likely obtained from WWF Smackdown, a wrestling show. =Come over here and I’ll put the smackdown More…

Smacked

Super high under the influence of marijuana =It’s like the feeling like you have just been smacked by someone because the weed hit you so hard. A meaning change coming from the verb to More…

Smackeral

A minimal, or small amount. like a "smack dab" of something. Coined to sound cute (as small things are usually cute) or to creatively describe a small amount =Add a little smackeral of H2O More…

Smackin'

(adjective) delicious or incredible =This is typically used to describe food really good/delicious foods Etymology : Lips are usually smacking when eating a delicious meal so this word More…

Smancy

eye-catching in a good way, put-together, fancy. Apparent Meaning: appealing to the eye, usually pertaining to clothes. Reason Used: to describe my outfit in a cute way and show More…

Smang

To have sexual relations with a woman. Based on the slang terms “smash” and “bang” which mean the same thing. =It’s a pretty vulgar term which implies male dominance. Etymology : More…

smang

to have intercourse in a particular way =Let me smang it, girl. Etymology : blending and clipping of "smash" and "bang", two other euphemisms for sex =October 15, More…

smang(1)

(blending of two words) A combination of smashing and banging within a sexual context. =Smang originally appeared in the song Lemme Smang it Girl by Yung Humma, who describes it as a More…

smartphoneography

Photography done using smartphones that have cameras with relatively good resolution. =Taking pictures with a smartphone has become so popular, it even has its own name: iPhoneography, or More…

smartwatch

(Blend of smartphone and watch, smartphone is a compound of smart and phone.) A watch that is worn on a wrist that has connective capabilities which can connect to a smartphone via bluetooth More…

Smash

To play the video game Super Smash Brothers. ’ =‘To smash’ is used among friends as a short and adoring way to refer to playing Super Smash Brothers, possibly the most popular social video More…

Smash (2)

(noun) another term for an overhead in tennis =Are we going to practice smashes with volleys coach? Etymology : probably comes from smack or mash =my Canadian teammate talking to our More…

Smash(1)

(verb) To have sex with. Popularized by the TV show “For the Love of Ray J”, the term became widespread after one of the female contestants, Luscious, was accused of “smashing a homie” More…

Smash(3)

(verb) To play the very popular video game Super Smash Bros. =Want to smash? Etymology : This word came from a video game, Super Smash Bros., then was formed by clipping off the ‘Super’ More…

Smash-o-clock

Used to indicate that the current time is a convenient time to play Super Smash Bros. or to convince people that they should stop what they are doing because it is time to play Smash. =The More…

smashed

excessively drunk Drinking is a destructive activity; anyone who’s ever drunk excessively knows this. So it’s only appropriate that when you drink in excess, you’re More…

smashed

getting drunk =Jerry’s friend Bob, went to the same party and got smashed. =Rice student


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