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beat face

a face with flawlessly done make-up =The compound beat face refers to someone whose make-up is extraordinarily well done. The term is believed to come from the drag community and has now More…

beat(ing) a face

(broadening, extension) used in drag culture as a term for applying the perfect amount of makeup on the face, resulting in a flawless look =-"Did you have a run-in with the police this More…

beatbox

to generate a beat or rhythm by using the mouth to produce sound effects to accompany singers. Beatboxing is usually characterized by bass, low-toned beats reflective of hiphop and rap, More…

Beatbox

to perform vocal percussion, often in a complex manner. formed from the imagery of the throat of a vocal percussionist being a “box of beats” =I wish I could beatbox like Phil. More…

beatboxing

(from beat-box) to make a rhythm with one's mouth similar to a synthesizer rhythm =As soon as anyone mentions wrapping, she starts beatboxing. Etymology : beat-box from More…

Beatdown

To severely assault someone physically. Beatdown is a semantic extension to the established word beat, from which it arose. While both beat and beatdown carry connotations of violence, the More…

beaulicious

this interesting adjective is trying to appeal to two senses, that of vision and taste. The cake under question was both beautiful and very promising in terms of taste. Meant to capture and More…

Beautamous

Extremely beautiful beyond belief. Usually used when describing people as opposed to buildings or landscapes. ="OMG that chick in Maxim is BEAUTAMOUS!" Etymology : Originated More…

BEAUTIMOUS

Possessing great amounts of beauty. When paying complements, it is important to stand out. By using this new term, the speaker conveys that what is being described is something whose More…

Beautimous

beautiful, gorgeous. It was used for variety and to be funny. Etymology : Beautimous. Blend of 'beautiful' and 'gorgeous' =A friend

beautimous

the state of being incredible, amazing, and better than perfect reason used: to be more articulate of the player’s unbelievable catch =Her forehand winner was beautimous. Etymology More…

Beb

baby, loved one, little one. =This term is commonly used between close friends or two people in a relationship. Beb is used in place of babe or baby when you are name-calling. Etymology More…

beb

(slight derivation) A beb is someone who is close to you; a good friend. A term of endearment used to signify the closeness of the relationship between two friends. Typically used in a More…

beb (1)

(creative respelling of ‘bebe’ (from bebe to beb). Bebe itself is either a borrowed word from Spanish, in which it means baby, or is a creative respelling of babe.) A girl, who is usually a More…

become an hero

An imperative to kill one's self. =Chiefly internet slang, used as a counter to message board or blog posts which are viewed as annoyingly melodramatic or hopeless. Etymology : A More…

Bed (of food)

(metaphor) A dish that is served with another dish on top of it instead of next to it on the plate. Probably comes from the aesthetic effect that a main dish served on top of the side dish More…

Bed-night snack

a midnight snack eaten in bed or perhaps a snack eaten at bedtime Reason used: to use a non-cliché form of midnight snack =I want chocolate for a bed-night snack. Etymology : blend: More…

Bedheady

possessing hairstyle in which one looks like he/she just got out of bed. convenient because it is an adjective form of a trendy hairstyle. Bedhead is a very popular look these days, and More…

bedroom programming

(metonymy - associating these types of programmers with a common place they might be programming) general term used to describe a group of programmers building a start-up company, usually More…

Bee stung

(metaphor) having a swollen, red face caused by intense and prolonged crying =The term “bee stung,” used in casual conversation within my close circle of friends, is an adjective that More…


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