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Slambulance

A vehicle that comes to the aid of someone who has been insulted (Man, you must be insulted. Need a slambulance?) The idea of an ambulance taking care of someone who is physically hurt has More…

slammed

An adjective describing someone who is intoxicated One of the ways to set yourself apart as someone who is ‘cool’ is to come up with new slang terms and pretend like More…

slampiece

A person who is used for sexual relations without any regard for a future emotional relationship. =I met this slampiece the other night, and I have been trying to ignore her all day. More…

slampiece (1)

Person with whom one has a strictly sexual relationship, with no emotional ties. One may call/text one's slampiece whenever one wants to have sex, and return the favor, with little to More…

Slanguistics

The study of human speech, specifically as it relates to informal vocabulary composed of new and arbitrarily changed words. Jake probably wanted to describe the language of rapper Snoop More…

slangy

=Suzanne Kemmer- LING 215 lecture =resembling slang, used to describe a word or phrase

SLANTENDICULAR

A direction that is both away from and down. The speaker was trying to describe the peculiar way in which the ladies avoided his eye. By blending these two familiar words so clearly More…

slap

to give someone “the slap” is to diss them, or treat them poorly This is a word that was used a lot in my high school. It is just another way to say you were mean to someone, or More…

slap (1)

(conversion) stupid or moronic person, slacker. ="I can’t believe you backed your car into that mailbox, slappy.” Etymology : Mainly used to describe someone who tells a pointless More…

slapperish

to look like a slut. My friend lived in England for a long time, so she uses a lot of British slang in her every day vocabulary, hence the “slapper.” Also, ish is used in many More…

slaps

Describes a song that has really good bass and beats. =The verb to slap means a sounds made by or as if by a blow or a smack. The interjection slaps is thought to come from that meaning. More…

Slaptaggle

to slap someone in a flirtatious way Apparent Meaning: an act of flirting Type of word formation: Blend: slap and some made up word Reason used: another word for flirting =Did you see him More…

slash

(Zero derivation) Romantic and/or sexual relationships between two men, as found in works of fiction. =The origins of slash fanfiction arose in the Star Trek fandom, with Kirk/Spock More…

Slash

Used to mean the same thing as using the character ‘/’ to connect phrases or sentences together that are related. =This word stems from the character ‘/’ to denote “and” or “or” which More…

slashdotted

: A website who's address was posted on the front page of slashdot.org, causing hundreds of thousands of hits on the website in a very short period of time, consuming all of the bandwidth More…

slasted

Another term to describe someone who is extremely intoxicated This word was used to describe someone’s extreme state of intoxication. Most likely the person meant to say More…

Slaughterbot

A set of bots (robots) that have the ability to kill or take some life away. =“Powerful video warns of the danger of autonomous ‘slaughterbot’ drone swarms” Etymology : Compound word More…

Slay

(verb to interjection; metaphor; widening) 1. to succeed, excel, dominate, and destroy. 2. an exclamation indicating appreciative surprise at something outlandish or extraordinary =The More…

slay

(none; sematic change of an Old English word) to succeed in doing something; to do a task extremely well =The word slay originates from the Old English word slean which meant ‘to smite, More…

Slay (2)

(Verb) Metaphorically killing it; succeeding. =It can be used directly toward an object: “I slayed that test,” meaning I aced it. Or it can be used even more broadly, as in “I slayed last More…


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