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Cupcaking

Describes hanging out with a girl or girlfriend; used when someone is hanging out with a girl or girlfriend instead of hanging out with his friends. =Cupcaking only applies when you are More…

Cupcaking(1)

(verb) Skipping out on practice, bro-time, or other manly activity to spend time with one’s girlfriend. This word tends to have a negative connotation, likely due to the connotation of More…

cuposaurus

(noun) Ultimate frisbee trick play in which all seven players on defence crowd in a circle around the offensive player who has the disc. Often accompanied by waving arms and shouts of More…

Cuppa

Cup of tea (or coffee) UK accents make the contraction possible; it’s not as effective with an American accent. As the phrase ‘cup of’ is used multiple times a day in most More…

Cuppaccino

The espresso-based drink commonly known as cappuccino Folk etymology misjudges the derivation of "strange words" (Denning text, pg. 38), which are commonly also borrowed words from other More…

Curbstoning

Curbstoning is a term describing the process of using a newspaper to sell a car, and during the process requesting more money for your car than it is worth. It is considered a felony. It More…

current divider rule

To use a formula to find the current across one of two circuit elements in parallel. The proper usage would be ‘to use the current divider rule’, but the rule became commonplace More…

Cursed

Very upsetting, uncanny, or unsettling, typically because of something being really out of place. =This word was produced through a metaphorical extension of the word curse. Objects or More…

Cursed (2)

Makes people extremely uncomfortable or uneasy, most likely in an image. =A thing is said to be cursed if when it is viewed is makes people very uneasy or uncomfortable due to one or more More…

Curve

to ignore or indirectly reject someone, usually romantically Etymology : from verb “curve” meaning to bend, as the the rejector avoids or “bends” away from the advances by leaving the More…

Cushie

comfortable, soft and plush like a cushion. =These fuzzy shoes are very cushie. Etymology : cush-a clipping from cushion + ie-Adj

custo

(noun) a customer =It’s unclear whether only student-run businesses at Rice are using this word to talk about customers or whether this is a more general phenomenon across service jobs in More…

cut

A synonym for cool or tight; excellent. The speaker wanted to use a new term to say "cool" =You are so cut. Etymology : Widening of cut =Conversation between friends

Cut

To become more defined in appearance as a result of intense exercising or physical activity A cool way of saying that someone has been working out ; also, it serves to acknowledge that the More…

cut #2

muscular; having well-defined muscles =A person who works out a lot and has noticeable muscles can be described as “cut.” Maybe this is because it looks like the lines of their muscles More…

cut (2)

(metaphor) to have sexual intercourse =Slang word used to refer to the act of having sex Etymology : from Old French couteau "knife." Replaced Old English ceorfan More…

Cuteola

state of being fashionable and attractive. apparent meaning: looking very fashionable. reason used: Oprah is probably trying to create a new catch phrase or make her self appear younger by More…

Cuts

(noun) Back roads =This term is used in reference to non-major roads. They are usually residential and do not contain stoplights. People choose to "take the cuts" in order to More…

cutty

(clipping) Cutty, adj. refers to someone who is classified as creepy, or sketchy. The person or situation is fairly unsafe and appears very uncertain. They may be untrustworthy and give off More…

cutty buddy

a person with whom you have strictly only a sexual relationship with no other ties =The speaker coined this term as a way to make the already established idea of a girl that would More…


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