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Ate

(Widening) when someone tries to say a word but jumbles the sounds as they talk =Broadening of the word “ate”, a paste tense verb traditionally used for consuming foods, into the consumption More…

Athleisure

(of clothing) Characterized by being designed either to be worn during both mild athletic activities or for comfort during leisure activities. =Athleisure is a word coined to describe the More…

Atkins-breath

a foul-smelling breath analogous to rotten egg from someone on low-carbohydrate/ high-protein diet. Since Atkins diet is a very well-know diet regime that is low in carbohydrates and high More…

ATLien

(noun) a person who is from the ATL (Atlanta, GA) ="ATLien" is just a way of calling a person who is from or lives Atlanta, Georgia. It's a clever mix between the words More…

ATM

An acronym for “at the moment =“I’m busy atm” Etymology : roommate; November 20th 2010

atonement

the state of being one with another person; the moment in which a person feels entirely connected to another person Etymology : combination of the roots ‘at’ and More…

Attenuation

To thin =Damping mechanisms attenuate the vibration. Etymology : From Latin attenuation, noun of action attenuare (ad- to + tenuare to make thin) + -ation from Latin –at-us N More…

Attractivenessity

When someone is not solely physically attractive but everything about him or her is appealing including their aura. Apparent Meaning: someone having the whole package, not just looks Type More…

AUDIOPHILE

One who loves and collects audio equipment and media =Being an audiophile, I own an 8 track player, phonograph, cassette player, CD player, DAT recorder, and a Minidisc player. More…

Aughts

The first decade of the 21st century (e.g.,‘the aughts’). The word 'AUGHTS' indicates the presence of more than one zero in a number, as in the year date, e.g., 2-0-0-5. Since More…

Aurictate

(VERB) To produce pure gold from the nipples (not possible) This word is a euphemism for being of incredible and increasing wealth, as if one had access to a steady stream of gold (hence More…

AUTO "DENTIST"

One who repairs dents, hail damage, and other types of minor damage on automobiles. =Auto 'dentist' specializing in dents, dings, and hail damage; high quality, affordable More…

auto-tune

(verb) the act of taking poor sounding vocals and through a series of studio enhancements create pitch perfect, counterpart of the original. =Originally a metonymy of the technology used to More…

Autocorrect fail

When you attempt to type a word on your cell phone and it 'Autocorrects' to a different word. Often happens when trying to text an inappropriate or explicit word. Common on Apple More…

autocorrupt

a autocorrect system that incorrectly changes a sentence’s meaning =corrupt was likely chosen because it has nearly the opposite meaning as correct but shares the same first syllable, cor, More…

automagical

Descriptor of something that works so well, it is almost as if done by magic. Usually refers to software that works behind-the-scenes to solve some problem algorithmically. ="The Xbox More…

AUTOMAGICALLY

When something is done automatically, and it seems like magic because the method in which it is done is not known. (‘The computer automagically outputs the tax information’) More…

automagically

Describing an action which occurs automatically in a mysterious or magical way, especially when performed by a computer or machine. This word describes actions that happen automatically, More…

Automagically

Describing actions, usually of computers, where something is generated automatically or without explanation. Magically denotes mystery, and often, to average people, the actions of More…

Automagically (1)

Happening automatically like a magic for which the observer has no clear understanding of the mechanism of the action such that it appear almost magical. The fact that ‘-matic-’ and ‘magic’ More…