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turducken

a Turkey stuffed with chicken and duck meat a way to describe the dish while keeping some sense of what is inside it (so no one is surprised!) =Lions/Bears game on Thanksgiving day

Turducken (1)

It is a Thanksgiving dish, growing in popularity, that consists of a chicken stuffed within a duck stuffed within a turkey. Part of the larger Thanksgiving trend in which cooks strive for More…

Turducken (3)

A type of sausage that combines turkey, duck, and chicken into one meat. ="I smoked some turducken for Thanksgiving." Etymology : Blending of turkey, chicken, and duck. More…

Turducken(2)

A deboned turkey that is stuffed with a deboned duck that is stuffed with a deboned chicken that is stuffed with traditional thanksgiving stuffing. =A recent invention for the thanksgiving More…

turkey

Misfit or bonehead; someone who does idiotic actions. This article came out around Thanksgiving time, and around the end of the sports year. Already this year, many athletes (as usual) have More…

turkey kicker

A social event that is neither spectacular nor mundane. It is a blend of a party and an informal gathering of friends Because I was involved in the formation of this word, the intended More…

Turkey trot

a race run on Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trots are generally 5k or 10k (3.1 or 6.2 miles) and not very competitive (hence the name ‘trot’, instead of ‘run’ or More…

Turkeyness

the traditional Thanksgiving turkey flavor that is associated with its moisture. [Formed from adding the noun forming suffix apparent meaning: essence of being a turkey reason used: The More…

turnin

used to describe a program used to electronically turn in homework (“run the turnin script”). In many Rice computer science classes, homwork is turned in by running a program More…

turnt

(polysemy via metaphor; to become intoxicated) to describe a state of intoxication, used colloquially. a euphemism for "drunk or high." the meaning of turnt is derived from the More…

Turnt

(Colloquial Spelling) To pregame a party with alcohol or other substances in order to show up to another party already intoxicated. People sometimes say turnt up, but turnt by itself is far More…

turnt (2)

(creative respelling and derivation) intoxicated and having fun at a party. =‘Turn up’ (verb) means to party and become intoxicated. To get turnt means to get intoxicated and have a good More…

Turnt /tɜrn-t/

(Clipping and mispronunciation) Someone who is turnt is said to be extremely excited. It is also used to describe someone who is intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol, as a lot of More…

turnt up

A slang term for being being very high or drunk. This can also be used to mean partying very hard. The "t" at the end of "turnt" way be a slang shortening of the word More…

Turnt up

Adjective derived to mean excited, pumped up, ready to party. Meaning to “turn up” the music, the excitement, the mood, and acting in a wild manner, especially under the influence of drugs More…

turnt up (1)

very drunk in a partying context =We were turnt up at the club. Etymology : creative formation, conveying the idea of increasing one's inebriation =August 2013 James C. jokingly More…

turnt up[1]

(slight derivation) The term turnt up is commonly used to describe the status of a social gathering, as in the amount of people attending and how they are handling themselves. If a party is More…

turnt(1)

(shortening and combination of both words) excited, energetic, particularly under the influence of alcohol or drugs =The term is an abbreviation of the term “turned up” and thereby refers More…

Turnt(3)

to be in the state after turning up, to have partied wildly and consumed alcohol (irresponsibly) =Often used when one is feeling good, or drunk, and is energized after turning up at a More…

Turnt15

(adjective) having fun or enjoying oneself =usually used in a party setting where alcohol is being overly consumed Etymology : a derivation of the phrase "turn up" ="i More…


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