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SelfAwarewolf

A person who, when trying to criticize those who match a certain description, fails to realize that they have (in the process of criticizing others) revealed themselves to match the exact More…

selfie

This is when a person takes a picture of themselves, and it only includes their face. The person's arms are usually seen holding the phone or camera as well. =I hate taking selfies. More…

Selfie

A picture taken by the subjects in the picture. Often times with a cell phone or sometimes with an actual camera. There are usually others around them that could easily take the picture for More…

selfie #2

a picture one takes of themselves =Often people will post a “selfie” on a social networking site, usually using a smartphone or webcam to do so Etymology : The word “self” plus the More…

Selfie Stick2

A new piece of technology that is used by people to take ‘selfie’ pictures. =This neologism has originated recently, along with ‘selfie’, which was recent as well. Etymology : Derived More…

semblance

(semantic change) special ability of hunters, used in animation magic world =Semblance originally means appearance. Appearance is something very personal. It’s not very easy to find two More…

semesterized

This term is used to describe the state of being adapted to measuring the passing of time in terms of semesters Origin: The root noun semester is combined with a generic verb morpheme More…

Senating

the act of performing the duties of a senator =The term “senating” came from the comical desire to refer to the act of being a senator. In this sense, it was created to follow the pattern More…

Send it

Commonly used in rock climbing, to send means to complete a climb by reaching, it, the top of a wall. =To send is clipped from the word ascend most likely because it is more convenient and More…

sending

climbing to the top of a rock-climbing wall possible reason used: The rock-climbing speech community probably uses this word to say what they mean faster than by saying the entire phrase More…

Sends me

(Metaphorical extension (unsure)) Makes someone laugh very hard. =Almost always used in the first person singular, can be in the present or perfect tense. Used in reference to jokes or More…

senior ride

(noun) A lethargic state of feeling not doing any work during the senior year at college =Compounded from (senior) + free-(ride). This word is very popular in college students. Seniors who More…

senioritis

the pattern of reduced studying, effort, and meaning that accompanies senior year Every senior has experienced this phenomenon that comes with nearing graduation. A slang term was needed More…

seniorosis

extreme laziness and lack of motivation due to senior status reason used: better explains the condition commonly referred to as senioritis Talking about our affliction with senioritis and More…

sensical

Making perfect sense, more than would be implied by “sensible.” =Back-formation from “nonsensical.” This is precisely the opposite of it. Etymology : “Sensical” comes from “nonsensical,” More…

sentai

the Japanese version of Power Rangers Power Rangers was a live action children’s television show first broadcast in 1993. It was very popular at the time, but the craze slowly died More…

Sentee

A clipping of the word “sentimental.” Sentee is usually used sarcastically; there are very few instances in which it is used earnestly. It is often used to mock someone’s exaggerated More…

Senti

(loan word) talking uncontrollably as though one is high after eating a certain fool or performing in an unfamiliar activity =You have a suchi senti; similar to getting high after More…

senti

(adjective) experiencing very mild nostalgia in a casual situation while reflecting on the past. It is used to indicate a self-awareness that someone is thinking about something, but this More…

sentimony

Feeling for someone, particularly in times of difficulty; sentiment. =I don’t have time for sentimony. Etymology : concatenation of “sent” from Latin More…


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