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Drew joke

(noun) an overly corny and cheesy joke, usually one involving word play and illiciting begrudging chuckles, eye rolls, and head shakes. Such jokes are often told by Drew Moore. =Used after More…

Driday

Casual drinking during the afternoon and early evening on Fridays. Driday is a term used by a few college students when there is no official party or event, but casual drinking still More…

Drifter

(Broadening) A strong pain-killing drug, usually hydrocodone =After Alan's knee surgery he popped a drifter and watched TV for hours Etymology : Broadening of the word drift, to More…

drinkage

liquid swallowed to assuage thirst or to give nutrition to the body possible reason used: I used this term because it sounds funny. I think this is not a very functional word and is More…

Drinkathon

An extended party or event involving the consumption of alcohol. "Drinkathon" seems to be a large social gathering that is basically an excuse to drink excessive alcohol. 'Drink' refers to More…

Drizzunk

being in a state of intoxication Apparent Meaning: means being in a state of intoxication =You should come over and get drizzunk before we go to pub! Etymology : drizz+ unk =Myself

dro

marijuana grown hydroponically that is stronger than normal reason used: no existing name for such a drug =He only smokes dro. Etymology : clipping of (hy)dro(ponic) =Conversation More…

Dro

Hydroponically grown marijuana =“Hydroponically grown marijuana” is a mouthful, so it makes perfect sense that people who deal (with) it frequently would want to shorten it into a More…

dro (1)

a type of marijuana that is grown underwater and considered to be highly potent =Used in pop culture among drug users. Etymology : unknown

Droid

Cell phone running the Google Android operating system =Waseem's droid keeps buzzing during class. Etymology : Comes from Android =Google

Droodles

loose drawings open to interpretation, used in psychology experiments. Apparent Meaning: It was defined in the text as “nonsense pictures that can be given various More…

drool-worthy

Of such deliciousness that it makes one salivate. =Used to describe food that appears to be quite delicious. Informal and most often used in very descriptive writing. Etymology : Word More…

drop

A place and time when a desired item is publicly available to be bought, particularly in reference to albums and clothing. =Like many terms describing clothing, fashion, and music, drop is More…

Drop Science

To teach or share knowledge with someone else It was used to have a quick and witty way of saying to share knowledge. =I’ll come by after two and drop science with you. Etymology : More…

drop the track

To release a track to be available for listening. The term is typically used by musicians who will release music for listeners who are then available to listen and critique the work. A More…

dropbear

Australia’s most dangerous creature; a mutated koala bear that drops down from the trees and eats you unless you take proper precautions. Australians’ way of having fun with More…

Dropping the soap

(Word formation type: Analogy) The result of a man in jail dropping his soap in the bathroom and having to pick it up. This leaves his buttocks open to his fellow inmates who will then More…

dropshot

In the context of shooter video games, the act of laying on the ground in the same instant of shooting making it tougher for the opponent to kill them. =The compounding of the two actions More…

DRT (dead right there)

State of being obviously deceased and beyond medical help. Apparent meaning: DRT (dead right there) describes a state of being obviously deceased. It is used by EMS professionals to refer More…

Drug

(past tense) caused to trail along a surface, pulled with effort This appears to be one of the short, common native-derived verbs whose irregular conjugation involves an ablaut. However, More…


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