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stanism

The act of behaving like a "stan," a slang word describing obsessive, overzealous, fans of an athlete or celebrity. ="Your stanism disgusts me, why don't you just pick More…

Stanwar

a battle, typically verbal, between members of opposing stanbases =The term is typically used among those who casually follow the music industry and the Billboard charts. Stanwars More…

stap

injuring one's groin in public Stap is easier to say and is a form of common blending. =Brian got stapped yesterday by a glass that fell off the table, it was so funny. Etymology : from More…

Starb

A casual way of referring to Starbucks. =The distribution for the use of this word isn't clear. It was used among high school students in the bay area around 2018. Etymology : More…

Starbies

Abbreviation of Starbucks, the coffee chain =Gives Starbucks a familiar feel because the coffee chain has gone from being solely a coffee producer to a place where people can hang out and More…

Starter marriage

A short-lived first marriage that ends in divorce with no kids, no property, no acrimony, and no regrets This term comes from the earlier starter house. Like the house, a starter marriage More…

Stat-too-easy

(pun on the actual name of the course, STAT 280. STAT is an abbreviation for Statistics.) A popular designation for Statistics 280, Elementary Applied Statistics, a course at Rice More…

statetriotic

(blending) devoted to or very enthusiastic about one’s state of residence, especially in the United States. =Statetriotic is another blend coined as a situational nonce word. It describes a More…

status

Shortened reference to short post on the social networking website Facebook referred to as a Facebook status. =Used by those who are highly facebook active in conversation with other More…

staunch

to stop, cut off, impede [the flow of] Type of Formation: zero derivation, semantic change through metaphor Possible Reason Used: Used primarily to complete a rhyme that appears later in More…

stay

to live or reside, as in make permanent habitation. =I was born up town, but now I stay on the west side. Etymology : From the Latin 'stare' meaning 'to stand' but More…

staycation

To relax as if on a vacation but staying home while doing it. =A blending of 'stay' and 'vacation'. This word was probably coined when the economy began to take a turn More…

Staycation

A vacation at home or at a more local spot. =Emerged when gas prices were so high that it caused families to scrap their traditional vacations for shortened, closer vacations, hence the More…

staycation (10)

a vacation where one does not leave the place where he/she leaves; generally, one might not put on an entire set of clothes for the entirety of the staycation; ="I just stayed home More…

staycation (215)

staying home during a break or vacation period =This term is a combination of the words ‘stay’ and ‘vacation’, as well as clipping of the beginning of the word ‘vacation’. It is coined by More…

Staycay

Spending vacation time without leaving one’s home. This can refer to simply enjoying time inside one’s home, perhaps by taking part in vacation-like activities there. It can also mean More…

steal a photo

the act of ruining a picture that someone is taking in a serious fashion by doing something ridiculous in the background which will likely not be seen until the picture is developed More…

Stealthing

The act of taking off a condom mid-sex “stealthily” so that your partner doesn’t see it, usually because they’ve only consented to sex with a condom. Stealthing often also includes bragging More…

steam

Human energy =It's most likely taking "steam" as "energy, power source" from the fact steam engines were used as a power source for machines, showing an implied More…

STEAM

An acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math =Used to describe fields of work/study or curriculum that aim to combine the technical skills that come with science and math, More…


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