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absoludicrous

Used to characterize a notion that is preposterous and outrageous This term could be used when someone is particularly annoyed to describe something that they think is completely ridiculous. More…

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Absolutely crazy. Ludicrous beyond normal proportions =That party last night was absoludicrous Etymology : Blending and clipping of absolu-tely and lu-dicrous =First used by Mr. T, More…

Absolute

Being close to death in a video game. =This adjective was coined in the Halo competitive scene to describe when opponents and allies were vulnerable. It is probably a shortening of the More…

Absolute unit

a person or an object which is characterized by its incredibly large size. =“Absolute unit” stems from a viral tweet of a picture of British hotelier David Morgan-Hewitt posing with the More…

abstakiss

(abstain + kiss) to abstain from kissing =' I can't abstakiss' Etymology : ab(s)- "from, away from" + tenere "to hold" + cyssan "to kiss," More…

Abyssality

the state of being unfathomable or inscrutable I am not sure why Spivak coined this word. She writes somewhat pretentiously so perhaps she wished to sound affected and intelligent. More…


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