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tick-tock

Another term for a wristwatch Possibly metonymy. 'Tick' and 'tock' are both examples of onomatopoeia: they are sounds a watch makes as the second hand progresses. apparent meaning: More…

tick-tock (1)

(compound, onomatopoeia) a knockout punch to the head =Playing off the term "putting someone to sleep," which is characterized with knocking someone out with a blow. A tick-tock More…

Tide-Stick

It is applying the tide stick to fabric. =The spot came out after I tide-sticked it. Etymology : This is zero derivation. It is from the product Tide-stick and is making it a process. More…

Tig Ol' Bitties

(spoonerism) Euphemism for Big Ol’ Titties or Ass & Titties =A PG-13 version of the original phrases, used by rap artists to make their songs appropriate for the radio i.e. Lil’ Jon and More…

Tig ol’ bitties

Very large breasts Tig ol’ bitties basically means “big ol’ titties,” only the t and the b were rearranged, possibly so that it would not sound as offensive or so More…

tigermania

The feeling espoused by fans of golf superstar Tiger Woods, who follow him with almost religious zeal as his makes his way around golf courses the world over. The remarkable fan loyalty More…

tight

Cool, smooth, really nice. I could lie about where I first heard this word, but I’m not going to. I have heard tight used in this sense several times since; I suspect this usage was More…

tight

meaning good or awesome, being liked Apparent Meaning: term similar to sweet. Used when something good happens or when a person likes something. =That’s so tight! Etymology : More…

tight

cool, agreeable probably originated from the hip-hop community; this word is used around the country Etymology : probably originated from the hip-hop community

Tight

good or awesome. apparent meaning: very good or cool. instead of using the common descriptive words such as 'cool' or 'awesome' the speaker decided to use some more novel lingo. =The More…

Tight

It is a new way for people to be concise and trendy in conversation. It is understood because of its connection with the idea of tight connections. To be tight can have two different More…

tight (1)

(widening) Used to describe something that’s really good (situation or object). =Tight, man. I can't believe it worked out that well. Etymology : One of the original meanings of More…

Tight(2)

Nervous, tense. =In sports, ‘tight’ refers to the feeling of nerves in big moments. It’s used to describe a player who is playing tentatively or under his abilities due to the existence of More…

Till'

up to (a particular time) =A shortened version of until. Used to indicate the time when something will happen. The word has been around since 1200c, but un- was added later. However, Till’ More…

tilted

(Affixation) To begin performing poorly as a result of one event that disrupted a previous streak of good performance. =Tilted, in this usage, is a specialization of the word tilted which More…

Tilted

Angry or upset, often due to performing something poorly. Originally used in the context of poker, tilt is a state of frustration or confusion in which the player uses a bad strategy, More…

Tilted(1)

(Conversion) Annoyed or enraged to the point where your performance is affected. =This adjective is typically used in the context of gaming. It is an adjective form from the verb form More…

Tilted1

Tilted is used to describe someone who is very frustrated due to something not working and cannot figure out what they are doing wrong. It probably arose as metaphor for how the person was More…

tilted2

(metaphor) “Tilted” is an adjective and a metaphor. “Tilted” is a word that has primarily been used in the gaming community. There, it is used to indicate that one is angry due to some More…

timey-wimey

(inflection) a synonym for time coined by the Doctor, it emphasizes the non-linear nature of time progression that's a consequence of the theory of relativity. ="People assume More…


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