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Played

To be misled or manipulated against your will for the benefit of other people. reason used: The speaker was attempting to explain her feeling of being manipulated and misled as if another More…

player

a male who fools around with many girls and deceives each one, making them believe he is exclusively dating her. The word player is used to describe the guys that can act smooth and sweet More…

Playing

(derivation) not being fidelous or monogamous. =The term probably came from the saying "playing the field" meaning to date around instead of only dating one person. Today, the More…

Playlist

An arrangement of music titles one owns on a digital music player/computer =Send me your music playlist; I want to get some of the songs you listen to. =heard in conversation

Playlistism

Judging an individual based on what songs he/she has on his/her iTunes or other digital music player. A playlist is a list of music files (songs) compiled for broadcast on a radio station, More…

Playlistism

Discrimination based upon ones music library or 'terrible taste in music' =There are new social implications to sharing music; playlistism can occur. Etymology : new derivation of a More…

pleb

plebeian, commoner =“pleb” is usually used to self-deprecatingly reference yourself or a person you are talking to in response to a technical detail or custom you are not familiar with. It More…

plebeian

belonging to the common people, or a commonperson =Among Caesar's audience were hoards of plebeians going about their daily business. Etymology : plebius (of the people), latin More…

Plebiscite

a direct vote in regard to some public question or proposal =Using their plebiscite they effectively prevented the passage of the proposal. Etymology : < F < L plebiscitum 'decree of More…

Pleiotropic

Said of the multiple phenotypic characteristics that can result from a single gene. =However, their pleiotropic nature leaves open the possibility that their well-known differentiation, More…

Plex

(Back-Formation and Widening) To engage in physical or verbal conflict. =This term is a back formation because it uses the Greek root "plex", meaning strike or stroke, as the term More…

Plig

Used to describe something that comes in mass quantities. The term "plig" can be used to describe bulk food and merchandise. The ‘pl’ in the word plig comes from More…

Plinker

(metaphor/derivation) A handgun or rifle that is used primarily for shooting noncompetitively, often using a small and relatively inexpensive type of ammunition. Word comes from the More…

plog

A weblog (list of thoughts, commentary, or announcements posted on a website) that is tailored to highlight websites, products, and information that may be of interest to the particular More…

plooby

The state of lying around doing nothing but eating and sunning oneself all day. Connotations of being fat. Used by a very young girl to describe the lifestyle of a hippopotamus. =Used by a More…

Plowed

incredibly intoxicated due to alcohol consumption. The speaker was not actually intent on getting drunk at pub night (or even attending for that matter) and was joking around about it. More…

PLP

A companion of someone, often of the same sex, who is constantly around that person, but who is not openly romantically attached to him or her. =Used to joke about a person who is around More…

Plug

Usually a drug dealer, but can be extended to mean someone who has any resource that you desire =A plug is used as a metaphor for an actual plus socket in the wall which serves as an More…

Plug N’ Chug

1. Taking a long time to achieve and requiring little thought, repetitive. 2. Boring and not requiring a high level of intelligence to complete. Possible reason used: This word could be More…

PLUGGERS

Individuals leading a very nondescript and mediocre life who nonetheless always put forth their best effort and make do with the lot life has given out [Also from ,] A plugger's barn or More…


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