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Sparknote

The use of sparknotes to summarize a book. Often used to avoid reading for a class. =Why don’t you just sparknote it? It’ll save a lot of time. Etymology : A zero-derivation of More…

Spatique

A store where one can purchase receive spa services and also purchase beauty and fashion products =The word is used to describe a specific type of store where one can receive spa services More…

spawn camp

In multiplayer video games, to wait at spawn points and kill other players’ characters as soon as they regenerate, or to target someone or something unfairly by waiting at spawn More…

spaz

a person who exhibits spasmodic behavior; one who cannot make up his or her mind (“she’s such a spaz”) Etymology : an abbreviation of the verb to spasm

spaz

an uncoordinated person. A shortened form of spastic. Friend used it to describe another friend. =You're such a spaz. Etymology : Clipping of spastic =Conversation with friend.

spazzy

Elaborate, showy. Often used to describe an elaborate area that is adorned with shiny objects =This term combines the definition of spaz and snazzy. Spaz is a verb meaning to go crazy. More…

special

(clipping) Someone’s over-riding the online section size limit of a section of a course by submitting a special registration form to the registrar. =I'm going to try and special into More…

specialer

more special than usual ('she is a specialer friend') The speaker wanted to convey that our grandparents consider us to be very special. The speaker intentionally said this, and it wasn't a More…

Spectacooler

spectacularly cool a short slang cool way of saying spectacularly cool. =Keep your eyes out for my spectacooler pond dive. Etymology : blending and clipping of blending and clipping More…

Speedacious

very fast =Speedacious is a derivation of speed. The word was possibly coined because speedacious sounds more intense than other adjectives present in the language. Etymology : Speed + More…

speediac

speed demon, unnecessarily fast driver =Slow down you speediac! Etymology : blend of speed/speed demon and maniac =while driving on the highway

Speedpainting

(of "speed" and "painting") A video of the creation of a piece of digital artwork sped up at several times the actual painting speed in order to shorten the video to a More…

Speel

An informal speech, usually brief and sometimes impromptu. Also spiel. =Now I'll give my little speel about drinking. =Conversation

speluncean

an imaginary nationality for the purposes of moot court. The professor most likely wished to choose a compeletely imaginary nationality so as to keep the moot court concentrated on the More…

Spice10

An adjective used to denote something that is really cool and interesting, particularly unique and interesting clothing. It is a clipping of spicy, and it has evolved into a more general More…

spickenspan

synonym for the word “clean” Type of word formation: Folk Etymology: Shortening the hyphenated word spick-and-span into one long word. As far as spick-and-span go, I think that More…

spicy

Rude or impolite, especially with a condescending attitude. Intended Meaning: rude Analysis: The word spicy often means hot and was extended to mean hot-tempered. Possible reason used: More…

Spicy

Interesting, strikingly apparent, in a way that makes the surrounding events or objects appear bland. =The term spicy refers principally to food, but this conversion allows it to describe More…

Spider

person or computer program that searches the web for new links and links them to search engines. Metaphor, because a spider spins webs.

Spidonous

term used to describe a person moving quickly or with great agility to apply a modern popular movie about a man with supernatural powers to describe a person in reality =term used to More…


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