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anhism

A special saying or action that is unique to Anh Reason used: It is a shorter coined word to describe things that Anh says or does uniquely. The suffix ‘-ism’ can be used like More…

ankle

pull down another person’s pants to their feet Possible reason used: To describe the act of pulling someone’s pants down (also known as ‘pantsing’) in a humorous and More…

anon

Anon refers to the collective group of people who act out against authority under the protected anonymity of the internet. =As in "Anon took down the website". The word is More…

Anon

a person whose name is unconnected with their works =Anons sometimes stir up trouble because they won't face any consequences. Etymology : Clipping of anonymous. From Greek an- More…

anormal

abnormal could not remember the correct word for not normal; an antonym of ‘normal’ in recent use. =The blood in disease states is anormal. Etymology : affixation of a- (not, More…

antagony

the state of two or more people or groups being hostile towards each other, an argument or verbal fight =When someone is apologizing, they are giving an apology, but it is not the same for More…

Antennagate

The controversy involving Apple's popular iPhone 4 where some users experienced signal reception problems due to a design flaw of the product, where holding the phone in certain More…

anti-gravity

not grave; funny The prefix anti- ‘against’ was appended to the root gravity ‘grave, serious’ to give the meaning “not serious, funny.” Because this More…

anti-hetero

A derogatory term meaning stupid or foolish Needed a new way to say gay (as in derogatory term) =Quit being so anti-hetero. Etymology : compound of 'anti-' + 'hetero(sexual)' =Lovett More…

anti-hippite

One who is prejudiced against hippopotamuses. More often used as a joke. Intended Meaning: one who is prejudiced against hippopotamuses Analysis: play on anti-semite Possible Reason Used: More…

Anti-masker

Someone who is opposed to wearing a face mask during the Coronavirus pandemic. =Generally, people referred to as “anti-maskers” have a strong belief that face masks do nothing to prevent More…

anti-P.C.

Lacking the effort to not offend others when addressing social and political issues (The politician’s speech was anti-P.C. when he made the joke about past prejudices.) The word More…

Anti-rail

opposed to the construction and use of light-rail lines and trains, particularly those of the light-rail system of the city of Houston Light-rail is a relatively recent phenomenon, and in More…

Anti-virotic

A medicine used to destroy harmful viruses Reason used: The word was used to describe a possible medical tool of the future. Because of widespread familiarity with the word More…

antiacademic

Literally, “against academic”; possessing a malevolent attitude towards academic and intellectual affairs and qualities. =If you use some words you may get made fun of in More…

antidependence

means when the compiler is doing instruction scheduling, the relationship between instructions that prevent them to be rearranged in reverse order. Computer scientists use this word in More…

antique

To cover an individual’s face and/or body with flour, rendering the individual’s appearance resembling an object that has accumulated a large amount of dust; often performed as More…

antistalk

to learn someone’s routine so that one can avoid them =Although one figures out another person’s schedule, “antistalking” is effectively the opposite of stalking because one uses this More…

antistalk [2]

To find out all the details of someone's life and schedule with the intent of using that information to avoid that person. =I hate her so much that I'm going to antistalk her so More…

Anvilicious

Made an agenda too obvious such that it is almost like an anvil was dropped. As in the source, it can be a TV trope but also apply to workshops with agendas. =A Non-Anvilicious Approach to More…