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Receipts

(Noun) digital copy of a conversation/text that someone keeps to use later in a disagreement =“Are you sure you said that because I have the receipts to prove otherwise” Etymology : More…

receipts

(plural) Proof of things done or said in the past. =Usually used to refer to proof of negative things or wrongdoings to be used against someone or some group of people in the present. More…

Receipts /rɪˈsits/

(No specific type of word-formation) Proof or evidence of someone’s behavior in social media or through texting. Receipts are usually screenshots of tweets or text messages a person More…

Recentitude

The state or characteristic of being recent. ‘Recentitude’ takes its meaning from the addition of the first portion of the word, ‘recent,’ and the morpheme More…

recip

a reciprocating saw; a saw that utilizes a long skinny blade (that goes back and forth rapidly) allowing it to cut metal, wood, or plastic in hard-to-reach places. =this term is the More…

Recockulous

Utterly ridiculous or absurd Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: The speaker means that the situation is ridiculous or absurd. This word was formed by a process only a More…

recockulous

something so outrageous that the word part dick, having no meaning by itself, is changed to one of its slang synonyms meaning “penis” to make it something that much more obscene More…

Recockulous

described as being outrageous; not normal. Type of word formation: Made up word: substituting ‘cock’ for ‘dick’ Reason used: describe something that is outrageous More…

recurse

To recur. =One "recurses" through a recursive data structure or recursive algorithm. Etymology : This word comes from the frequent mistake of computer scientists who believe More…

Recyclopath

(other word formation type) -a person who feels the need to recycle EVERYTHING and probably couldn’t throw something in the trash can to save their life. A recylopath’s obsession with More…

recylopath

someone who militantly recycles and tries to force others to do the same =The blending of recycle and psycopath is meant to bring the best of both worlds to the word. The coiner probably More…

red dragon

An Asian who's face turns red as a result of "Alcohol flush reaction". ="Eric turned into a red dragon, and it's only 8 PM" Etymology : Formed due to the More…

Red Herring

The preliminary prospectus documents that are taken on the road show to inform potential investors about an upcoming IPO I read a book this semester called Monkey Business which is about More…

red-ring

to experience a critical malfunction that renders a piece of electronic hardware inoperable ="My 360 just red-ringed for the third time this week" Etymology : The term More…

Redass

1. Someone who is extremely involved with the traditions of Texas A&M University. 2. Someone who is described as “redneck”. =This noun is part of the vernacular for Aggies, used to More…

Redditor

A term used to describe a registered user of the website www.reddit.com. =A blend of the website name "reddit" and the word "editor." Etymology : www.reddit.com More…

Redditor(1)

A person who actively uses the social media website ‘Reddit’ or someone who fits the stereotype of those who use reddit. =The general usage of this term usually just describes someone who More…

redonculous

ridiculous, or extremely ridiculous I can’t quite figure out the etymology of this word. It is clearly has the root of the existing word “ridiculous.” However, I’m More…

redonkulous

exaggerated form of rediculous Note: redonkilous shares the d sound in rediculous and donkey as well as the k sound in ridiculous and donkey, whcih makes the blend. =The game went good, More…

Redonkulous

extremely fun, extremely good or extremely bad, depending on the context Origin: Stemming from the slang usage of the word ridiculous, this word is the superlative form of that slang form. More…


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