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tracilicious

describing the sexy qualities of Traci I left the 'i' in Traci and the 'e' in delicious (in the etymology) to point out the blending and that even though they are different letters, the More…

Tracking

understanding the speaker's line of thought, argument, or directions apparent meaning: understanding the speaker's line of thought, argument, or directions. The speaker was trying to ensure More…

Tradegic

characterized or related to something bad or tragic funnier and not quite as tragic as saying tragic alone. =That was a tradegic experience. Etymology : blending and clipping of: tragedy More…

Traffic Tampon

(traffic and tampon) A person who drives in the incorrect lane for their speed on the freeway, causing a halt in the flow of traffic. =The term is an analogy comparing a driver in a car to More…

trag

(clipping) Unfortunate, characterized by misfortune, bad luck. Used by high school and college girls in informal contexts. Trag is probably a clipping of the word tragic, but has a slightly More…

tragi-tan

An noticeably artificial tan that is visually unappealing =This word is a blend of "tragic" and "tan", referring to the unfortunate appearance of somebody who has More…

Tragical

A word used to describe situations that are an extreme misfortune, a terrible tragedy. apparent meaning: Used to describe a situation in which a tragedy occurs. the speaker was trying to More…

Tragicomic

Funny yet sad as the same time. Possible reason used: To succinctly describe a situation that is both funny to outside observers, and also sad or pathetic. The example used in the source More…

Trail

To attempt something and not succeed ="Dude I trailed at writing my art history paper today--I tried to write the intro for two hours but I couldn't think of anything to More…

Train-wreck

An individual, typically female, who always looks disheveled, as if she is hung over from a party the night before. She is characterized by messy, unbrushed hair, dirty clothes, and bags More…

tramp

1. To jump on a trampoline A Sophomore friend of mine spent a lot of his time here last year “tramping” on the Weiss trampoline. He claims to have coined the term, and whenever More…

tramp stamp

tramp stamp, N A tattoo on/across the lower back [Rhyming compound formed from roots tramp and stamp] =Used as a noun to describe the tattoo on the lower back, giving the person the More…

Tramp Stamp

(rhyming) Referring to a tattoo on lower back/hip area, sometimes used in a negative connotation to indicate that the tattoo reflects someone of a lower working class. =“Did you see? Our More…

Trampede

(of trample and stampede) Used to refer to the action of getting mobbed by friends, creating the atmosphere of almost being trampled in a stampede. =Analogous to being almost trampled in a More…

Traniel

(Noun) Someone named Daniel who is also a transfer student. =This word was formed because someone named Daniel who is a transfer student was repeatedly being referred to as tranny which More…

TRANNIE

A person who is transsexual. It was used to refer to transsexual person in a derogatory way. =I couldn’t sleep last night because of those trannies outside of my apartment. =TV More…

trannies

A transsexual. Used by many to describe transsexuals in a shortened way, maybe an endearing term given to transsexuals. =The abfab gabfest remained on the air for over 100 episodes, More…

Tranny

(Noun) Someone who is a transfer student. =It came from transfer which was simply shortened to tranny to resemble how transvestite is shortened to tranny. Etymology : Tranny comes from More…

transcon

Transcontinental Writer was trying to sound ‘hip’ or ‘cool’, by clipping the word in the manner in which many youth do in modern times. Rather than use the More…

transfarency

(noun) Southwest defines “transfarency” as a philosophy created by Southwest Airlines in which customers are treated honestly and fairly, and low fares actually stay low. =The word was More…


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