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Backseat Browser

(Noun) Backseat Browser is a compound and a noun. Refers to when someone is on the computer and there is a person sitting behind them telling them what to click on and what to search for. Is More…

Backstitution

A shortened version of backsubstitution, the mathematical process by which one manipulates matrices such that it is possible to solve for an unknown This word was actually formed More…

bacne

Acne on a person's back. It was coined in order to differentiate between acne on the face and acne on the back. =He doesn’t take his shirt off because he has bacne. Etymology : More…

bacne

acne on one’s back I have heard this word ever since I started to get pimples back in middle school back in the late 90s. It refers to the acne that some people get on their back. One More…

bacne

skin lesions like pimples or zits localized to one’s backside. Bacne is usually associated with excessive, extreme skin lesions on the back; a few zits or pimples on the back More…

Bacne

Acne located on the back =Coined to specifically refer to the phenomenon of acne on the back. The ease with which the words blend makes this term a colorful extension of the word More…

Bacon

(semantic change via metaphor) Tedious unwanted work, especially one that involves math or physics =I first heard this word in my physics 101 class from professor Dunning while he was More…

Bacon (1)

(Metaphor) To curl up and wrinkle like bacon in a pan. The verb '(to) bacon' was created by metaphor from the image of bacon in a pan. After bacon has been cooked, it wrinkles More…

bactually

But actually. An adverbial phrase often said after a sarcastic remark or joke, indicating that there is an element of truth to the remark. Shortened to one word, bactually, through More…

Bactually

(somewhat abverbial, yet ambiguous) A blending of the phrase "But actually," which is typically used in contexts to comically indicate honesty in a preceding jestful comment. =The More…

Bad

(clipping and contronym.) amazingly good. =clipping from bad ass. or Contronym (antonym of self) and homonym exhibiting polysemy from the bad which means, not good. Etymology : Bad has no More…

bad ass

(Noun) A person who defies authority or has a general disregard for rules and is also an embodiment of confidence is called as a Bad Ass. =He never went to a single class in the whole More…

Bad1

(adjective) A slang word that means “good”, which is the opposite of its normal meaning. =This word is commonly used by teenagers to describe things they find “cool”. It is synonymous with More…

Bada-bing

It seems to be a joyful expression showing achievement or attainment of some personal goal. The use of similar phonemes, 'ba' and 'da' makes the phrase catchy and fun to say. A speaker More…

badassery

Habitual use of the word "badass". A collection of objects or actions, all of which are badass. ="Oh, you and your badassery". Etymology : Back formation of the More…

Badged

(conversion) An off duty police officer flashing his badge to the officer who pulled him over to get out of a speeding ticket. This is somewhat of an unfair justice an officer can abuse, as More…

Badical

something extreme that is comprised of both bad and amazing elements. Apparent Meaning: to describe something outrageous; something really wrong but really cool just the same. Reason Used: More…

Badong

Being very bad, awful. Possible reason used: “Badong” was used to convey the speaker’s horror at how awful something (stealing) was. It is an emotional blend of More…

Badonkadonk

expression for an extremely curvaceous female behind ='That girl has a fine badonkadonk' Etymology : Used in urban culture to refer to a woman that usually has a small waist More…

Badonkadonk (1)

A very round and symmetrical buttocks. Slang word from Ebonics used to describe what someone thinks is a really nice looking buttocks. =“Just because I’m walking away with my back to you More…


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