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stack

slang for money (usually a large quantity), or more specifically $1000; used as stack or stacks =My new sound system's gonna cost me 3 stacks, but it's gonna be real loud. More…

Stacked

Packed in tight with people, one person right next another. The sense is given that the place is filled with wall to wall people, almost like a deck of cards is stacked, one right on top More…

stacked

(derivation) full house =It was heard from a video from the 1990s and used by an African-American male. So, it might come from African-American Vernacular English. Etymology : from More…

stacked (2)

A competitive situation is stacked if odds unfairly favor one team or individual over another. =Used when referring to an unfair situation. Etymology : Comes from cheating in card games More…

Stacks

(metaphor) Commonly used in reference to a large loudspeaker, usually taller than 3 feet. =The term "stacks" is a metaphor for the large system of loudspeakers and is used to More…

stacks(2)

(generalization) Large speakers used to project loud music or provide loud music at parties =Stacks could have risen from the metonymic association with the tendency to stack large speakers More…

Stadium

metaphor describing a person balding at the top of the scalp. (“Man that guy totally became a stadium in the past year”) The speaker was using a stadium as a reference to More…

Stalkee

(Affixation) The victim of a stalker or a person that has become an object of the intense interest of another person 'Stalkee' is formed by taking the verb 'stalk' and More…

stalkerage

('stalker' + 'age'(suffix forming nouns that denote an action)) stalkerage, n. the act of being a stalker; the act of stalking ='Stalkerage' comes from a back More…

stalkerazzi

Tabloid journalist who pursues celebrities night and day, dogging their every move. =Broomfield hooks up with a pair of "stalkerazzis" who work for the tabloids..." Etymology : Blend of More…

stalkerazzi(1)

(blending) paparazzi that stalk celebrities to an abnormal extent. can also be used to describe a stalker that does most of his/her stalking through pictures. =The stalkerazzi crowded More…

Stalking

The act of looking thoroughly looking through the Facebook profile of a new or desired friend in an effort to look at old photos and find out life details on a person. =Usually used to More…

stall factor

(noun) something used to avoid answering a question or to avoid doing what was requested =This is novel compounding of two terms: stall and factor. Stall is used in its normal verb form More…

stan

(blending) an overly passionate fan of a celebrity =Popularized by the song, "Stan" by Eminem, in which the fan's name is Stan. Used mostly in relation to celebrities, but More…

Stan

a person who unyieldingly worships, supports, and praises a notable, typically Entertainment, figure. This person is typically obsessed and blinding by unwavering love. =Possibly derived More…

stanism

The act of behaving like a "stan," a slang word describing obsessive, overzealous, fans of an athlete or celebrity. ="Your stanism disgusts me, why don't you just pick More…

Stanwar

a battle, typically verbal, between members of opposing stanbases =The term is typically used among those who casually follow the music industry and the Billboard charts. Stanwars More…

stap

injuring one's groin in public Stap is easier to say and is a form of common blending. =Brian got stapped yesterday by a glass that fell off the table, it was so funny. Etymology : from More…

Starbies

Abbreviation of Starbucks, the coffee chain =Gives Starbucks a familiar feel because the coffee chain has gone from being solely a coffee producer to a place where people can hang out and More…

Starter marriage

A short-lived first marriage that ends in divorce with no kids, no property, no acrimony, and no regrets This term comes from the earlier starter house. Like the house, a starter marriage More…


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