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Space-Possession Dictatorial

Overly concerned with: one's possessions, the placement of these, and the placement of others' possessions in the vicinity of one's possessions; characterized by compulsive behavior More…

Spainglish

a type of hybrid language that consists of Spanish and English. The speaker succinctly described George's perversion of the Spanish language that resembled the English language. =George More…

Spam

Multiple posts of the same message to the same or different Usenet newsgroups or to an e-mail account. The message is usually adverts or marketing promotions and contains no useful or More…

Spam

The act of sending multiple copies of a useless message to a newsgroup or an e-mail account. Etymology : [Extension of the word Spam, the processed meat]

spam

Unsolicited junk email, or inappropriate and irrelevant postings to electronic fora. This slang term is rapidly evolving. Originally, "spam" was used on the internet to refer to any large More…

spam

Garbage media forced under one’s nose, especially unsolicited advertising conveyed by any means Spam is the familiar canned meat of our youth; in the early 1990s, the word became More…

spam

Impersonal email messages or junk mail Coined to metaphorically describe unwanted mail as most people don't like to eat "Spam" - a canned meat =Ugh, my entire mailbox is entirely full of More…

spam

unwanted or unsolicited messages or email sent to a person over the internet ('spam slows the internet down') My roommate had not checked his email mailbox for several days, and when he More…

spam 2

To perform an action repeatedly, esp. in a cheap and annoying manner. =Used most commonly while playing a video game, when an opponent takes advantage of a strategy that keeps him/her from More…

spam rage

a state of extreme anger and frustration caused by getting numerous unwanted or unsolicited emails ('the torrent of spam caused numerous counts of spam rage') I was looking at various sites More…

spamming

to send out unwanted email to many different persons, with no method of selection in who one is sending them to. Usually takes the form of mass produced advertisements. the word apparently More…

Spamming

The act of sending mass texts or emails in an attempt to annoy someone else. =Can you please stop spamming me with texts in class. Etymology : Internet junk mail, coined 1993. =2013. More…

Spamonie

(Novel Creation) To not worry or care about a certain situation. =Synonymous with the phrases "forget it" and "fuck it." Used mostly in situations where a deadline is More…

spanglish

Terminologies that involve Spanish and English borrowings fused together Hybrid terms formed from the combination of the Spanish language and the English language are best identified with More…

Spanglish

(Adjective) Spanglish is a blend and an adjective or noun. It refers to the combination of speaking Spanish mixed in with English words. This is when you use Spanish with the same structure More…

Spank bank

A catalog of people one is sexually attracted to This movie starred and catered to youth. By using words young people associate with, they better reach the audience. It is also an inventive More…

spankz

Thank you. ="Spankz! I love the sweater you gave me." Etymology : Formed by an intentional mispronunciation and creative respelling of the word "thanks". =Used by More…

Sparkage

the chemistry between to individuals, most commonly positive and with a sense of being potential love interests or each other. I’ve heard this word on countless discussion boards and More…

Sparklepire

A word used to describe a vampire from the book series Twilight written by Stephanie Meyer. These vampires are different from what is considered the normal vampire mythology, as when they More…

sparkler

Vampire =Used in a derogatory and joking manner, especially in relation to vampires as portrayed by such 'authors' as Stephanie Myers or in certain books of the Paranormal More…


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