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beanburger

a vegetarian burger containing a bean patty rather than a beef patty =This term has likely formed and gained popularity within the past decade due to the increasing vegetarian population in More…

veece

insincere or not true Made-up word with no real origin other than a friend. =That rumor's just veece, man. =A friend

Veep

Vice-president; official who acts in absence of the president of a government, business, or other organization. The commentator on CNN asked "Where is the Veep?" as an introduction to a More…

veep

the conversion of the acronym VP, meaning ‘vice-president’ into a word with that carries the same meaning. the term ‘vice-president’ was shortened to the acronym More…

veepstakes

the political positioning of potential vice prresidential candidates in order to be considered for a place on thier party's ticket, mockingly compared to a sweepstakes =developed for More…

veepwatch

speculation surrounding a presidential candidate's selection of a vice-presidential running mate =developed in order to concisely describe the vice presidential speculation in a More…

vege out

to do nothing and be lazy Vege is a clipping of vegetable, and out is added as a kind of back formation to make it a verb. Using the literal “I’m going to go home and sit around More…

vegequarian

A vegetarian who eats fish I thought a family member was a vegetarian, so I asked her why she was eating fish during dinner. She responded with vegequarian because she sticks to healthy More…

Vegeterrible

Someone who is a vegetarian and is supposed to be vegan, but lacks the necessary discipline. =“Vegeterrible” was used jokingly to imply that a person was terrible at being a vegan, though More…

vegevangelical

One who firmly advocates being a vegetarian and tries to spread this way of life on to others =The term was coined by my parents when they were telling me that meat is bad for me while More…

veghead

a person with knowledge of an appreciation for traditional vegetarian cuisine; such person is probably, but not necessarily, a vegetarian English had no previous word for people with a More…

Vegicide

to kill a vegetarian; more commonly to feel a negative emotion toward a vegetarian This is a word coined at Sid Richardson College and is not taken literally in any sense of the More…

Velcro language

language that readily incorporates words from other languages apparent meaning: language that picks up words from other languages. The speaker was trying to convey some idea of English as a More…

Verb

(v.) Making a word into a verb. ="You can't just verb any word you want!" Etymology : Zero derivation of the noun "verb" into the verb "verb", because More…

verbing

to turn a word that is a different part of speech into a verb. =We can make a verb out of it by just verbing it. Etymology : Concatenation of noun “verb” with verb present More…

Verbularize

verbularize. verb+ (ular) + ize In jest, at the person who made fun of her =Well, to make a noun into a verb, just verbularize it. Etymology : to make into a verb. =Laura Wakin

verby

refers to words that seem like a verb served its purpose for the moment =Professor Kemmer, Ling 215 lecture

Vermontster

A dessert consisting of 20 scoops of ice cream, 4 bananas, 1 brownie, 3 chocolate cookies, whipped cream, hot fudge, and toppings. The concoction is served in a bucket that says the More…

Versace

Cool, desirable and often exclusive. A brand of designer clothes that is considered very cool and even more expensive. It has come to express something cool or desirable. =That Ferrari More…

Versatilier

More versatile, having more uses than something else. reason used: Toyota wants to put itself above its competitors as well as its own previous models of truck, so it claims that this new More…


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