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Ricoculous

absurd, preposterous; syn ridiculous =Wow, that was absolutely ricoculous! Etymology : Clipping and Replacement [Clipping of ridiculous and replacement of 'dic' with 'coc'] =Overheard More…

ride

A car or a vehicle used for transportation. Because a car is what one rides in, it seems logical to refer to it as a ride. The slang term is actually straightforward, though still informal More…

Ride

car or vehicle, a form of transportation (“check out my new ride”) This word has had a long history as it was derived from the Old English verb ridan (using some transportation More…

ridic

absurdity to an extreme degree; ludicrous =The term is used to describe something as being ridiculous. Perhaps the word was formed due to phonological reasons, as saying only More…

Ridic

Used when reacting to something that is extremely ridiculous, and must be said in a loud, obnoxious tone. ="I can't believe that that lady in the movie jumped off the cliff. That More…

ridic #2

absurd; silly =A shorter version of the word “ridiculous.” This term is a slang word for something that seems impossible, and it usually maintains a positive connotation, and something More…

ridic (1)

Ridiculous, crazy, insane, unheard of. =That test was ridic! The professor never told us it would be comprehensive. Etymology : This word is a clipping of ridiculous. =Heard about More…

Ridic (2)

(Clipping) Ridiculous, unreasonable, silly. The adjective 'ridic' is clearly clipped from 'ridiculous', probably to make it shorter to say, catchier, or cooler. It More…

ridic3

absurd, ludicrous, funny, comical =Derived from the word "ridiculous," which means deserving ridicule and laughter. The word "ridiculous" is often used in everyday More…

Ridiculosity

Something of an outrageous and unreasonable nature =Their project was just a ridiculosity, they had put no work into it! Etymology : Blend, ridiculous and monstrosity =A man More…

Ridiculosity (1)

(Affixation) The state of being absurd Like most words with a definition of absurd, ridiculosity can be used with either positive or negative connotation. For instance, depending on More…

ridin' dirty

driving with illegal drugs or firearms in the car in danger of being pulled over by the police. =“Police think they can see me lean… patrolling they tryin’ to catch me ridin’ dirty” More…

Ridonculous

state of being absurd or unbelievable beyond ridiculous almost to the point of unbelief. My friend was trying to convey that the situation was absurd or bizarre and felt that since the word More…

Ridonculous (2)

Extremely ridiculous =“That last homework assignment was ridonculous” Etymology : From Latin 'riduiculosus' meaning laughable =Friend 12/08

Ridonculous(3)

The characteristic of being extraordinarily ridiculous. The term is derived from the word “ridiculous,” in which part of the root “dic” is changed to “donc”. It is possible that the vowel More…

Ridonkulous

describing something as preposterous or foolish in lieu of ridiculous. It was coined as a blend of ridiculous and donkey as a witty substitute for the more common term, ridiculous. =That More…

ridonkulous

both ridiculous and a little goofy The blending of honk into ridiculous infuses the word with a goofy connotation. Honk is used because of its association with silly imagery like the More…

RIDONKULOUS

Absolutely absurd, characteristic of a donkey or ass Reason used: My friend wanted to show that she strongly disagreed with Emma by using this word, which is stronger than ridiculous. The More…

ridonkulous

1. Ridiculous, crazy, absurd 2. not understandable There seems to be no set etymological way to describe where ridonkulous comes from other than it obviously relates to More…

Ridoodoodiculous

(internal) The characteristic of an idea or object of being unreasonably farfetched. The word combines the words ridiculous and doodoo to probably describe something that is both absurd and More…


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