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twaggle

thread-like substance suspended from an object. Twaggle is a word that was coined to describe something clinging to or hanging from an object (thread hanging from your shirt, food stuck and More…

twanger

remote control, specifically one for a TV This word originated in my family, mid-late 1980s – I learned this word as a young child because my family used it all the time to describe More…

twankie

an automobile wheel with a twenty inch diameter =Slang noun used in hip hop culture. Etymology : unknown

Twat

The past tense of ‘to tweet.’ To tweet is to make a posting or status update using Twitter. =Replaces the potential past tense use of tweet-ed or twitter-ed by adding the –ed suffix to More…

TWC

an Christian winter conference sponsored by the International Campus Crusade for Christ organization =TWC is an acronym for Winter Conference, which is an annual conference sponsored by More…

tweaking

(of a person) not able to perform normal tasks because of excess exhaustion =this word characterizes someone who has gotten so tired that they are unable to function properly and do More…

Tweeb

two people who are characterized as nerdy or dweeby This is a word that came into being because some people must have seen two people who were rather nerdy and decided to characterize them More…

Tweedledee and Tweedledummer

Meant to describe a pair of idiots that are interchangeable. Usually a matter of the speakers opinion describing an inseperable pair of buffoons. =The original phrase “tweedledee and More…

tween-aged

at an age between childhood and teenage years. The columnist utilized tween-aged as a novel formation to describe a particular age range distinct from children and teenagers. Because of the More…

Tweenage

(blend) A person who is roughly between 10 and 12 years old. =This word retains its original meaning from tween (a preteen). Tween possibly originates from a combination of the word teen More…

tweet

(from twitter) Originated from the social networking website, Twitter.com. A user-originated status update posted to the website. Each tweet is limited to only 140 characters. When the More…

Tweet

to post on the social networking site, Twitter. Etymology : A shortened form of the word twitter. =CNN. January 2009.

Tweet (2)

To post something on the social networking site Twitter. =The term “Twitter” refers to a website where people can post random comments for all their friends to see on anything in life and More…

tweet (3)

To be in use of the social network Twitter.com =Metophorically used to call the usage of Twitter 'tweeting' since it is the form which birds use to speak. It is thus, indicative More…

Tweet (4)

(or verb) n. a post on twitter, v. to publish an update on twitter. This word has become increasingly popular as the website Twitter has been immensely popularized. How this word has come More…

tweet (5)

(Creative Respelling) to make a post on social networking website, Twitter =Comes from the social networking site, Twitter, thus simply takes its name and derivates from it to make a verb More…

Tweet (6)

To post an update to twitter =The term "tweet" is used to describe the act of typing a 140-character message and posting it to your twitter feed. Twitter is a social networking More…

Tweet at

(transitive) To send/post a message on twitter with the person listed immediately afterward tagged. =This word was redefined when Twitter as the action a person takes on the Twitter More…

Tweet(1)

(from internet) One does this when they post an update of their lives to their twitter account. =Done in order to keep followers of one's twiter page up to date with the account More…

tweet(5)

(conversion) This is the act of posting a status update on the social network Twitter. =This word once described nothing more than the sound a bird might make, and has now been transformed More…


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