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Riding Strikers

(verb) As in the army or militia, riding strikers means to drive around the soldiers who are designated shooters =This term is not super common in terms of use but is used to relate to the More…

Ridonculous

state of being absurd or unbelievable beyond ridiculous almost to the point of unbelief. My friend was trying to convey that the situation was absurd or bizarre and felt that since the word More…

Ridonculous (2)

Extremely ridiculous =“That last homework assignment was ridonculous” Etymology : From Latin 'riduiculosus' meaning laughable =Friend 12/08

Ridonculous(3)

The characteristic of being extraordinarily ridiculous. The term is derived from the word “ridiculous,” in which part of the root “dic” is changed to “donc”. It is possible that the vowel More…

Ridonkulous

describing something as preposterous or foolish in lieu of ridiculous. It was coined as a blend of ridiculous and donkey as a witty substitute for the more common term, ridiculous. =That More…

ridonkulous

both ridiculous and a little goofy The blending of honk into ridiculous infuses the word with a goofy connotation. Honk is used because of its association with silly imagery like the More…

RIDONKULOUS

Absolutely absurd, characteristic of a donkey or ass Reason used: My friend wanted to show that she strongly disagreed with Emma by using this word, which is stronger than ridiculous. The More…

ridonkulous

1. Ridiculous, crazy, absurd 2. not understandable There seems to be no set etymological way to describe where ridonkulous comes from other than it obviously relates to More…

Ridoodoodiculous

(internal) The characteristic of an idea or object of being unreasonably farfetched. The word combines the words ridiculous and doodoo to probably describe something that is both absurd and More…

ridrunkulous

the state of being ridiculous while drunk ="you're being ridrunkulous" Etymology : 'rid-'(iculous) + 'drunk' (intoxicated) + (ridic)'-ulous' More…

Ridunculous

A Synonym for ridiculous, stupid; this word may sound cooler =Don't be Ridunculous. Etymology : Derived from the blending of “ridiculous” and “dumb”. Due to sound change, “m” More…

Ridunkulous

Acting very wild and crazy while drunk. Ridunkulous is a blending and partial clipping of the words ridiculous and drunk. The “ic” is removed from ridiculous and replaced with More…

Ridunkulous

describing an event or object that is quite out of place or absurd. [comes from ‘ridiculous’ This word probably came about because it is fun to say, it has no new real meaning More…

ridunkulous

ridiculous, incredible By using a word ridiculous itself, it helped to force the point that the thing being described was itself incredibly ridiculous. =This is ridunkulous! Etymology : More…

Rigoddamndiculous

Very ridiculous, preposterous, silly, or deserving of ridicule. This word was created as a clever way to add intensity to the adjective 'ridiculous' without the use of the adverb More…

rikey (215)

being satisfied; finding pleasure in something; another way to say you ‘like’ something in a childish tone =This term is another way of saying ‘like’, in a cute and childish tone. It is More…

rillo

A really long and thing cigarette, wrapped in tobacco leaves, so it is somewhat classified as a little cigar, called a cigarillo. A rillo is when one takes a cigarillo and cuts it down the More…

RINO

Republican in name only. Derivation occurred via creation of an acronym to stand for “Republican in name only,” but the term may truly be a back formation (backronym) in which More…

Rinsta

A “real” instagram account, where you post cute/edited/carefully thought out photos; the opposite of a finsta =Rinsta is used exclusively to describe a type of account on the app More…

rinsta

One’s real Instagram account, as opposed to one’s finsta, which is a “fake Instagram account.” Often, rinstas exclusively have wholesome photos that are deemed good or professional, since a More…


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