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grouplet

a group of outlet stores “Grouplet” was formed by blending the two nouns “group” and “outlet” and was used in the place of a longer phrase, such as More…

Groupme

A word for “group message” =Instead of sending a message to the “group message” or “group text,” you can send a message to the “groupme.” The term began as the name of an app used to More…

Groupon

A coupon that "tips" when a certain number of people purchase it. =Groupons became popularized by the company Groupon, which hooks up merchants with consumers. The consumers pay More…

groupon

(group + coupon; a group rated discount.) Groupon is a company that offers discounts for activities and other companies for products that are bought by a group. =Did you check to see if More…

groupon (1)

(clipping and blending) A promotion or discount for a group. Originates from the company Groupon that offers discounted gift certificates for deals on restaurants, fitness, travel, shopping More…

grouponcierge

Gifting gurus with insider expertise on shopping trends, who are selected by the company Groupon =“Our Grouponcierges are happy to talk about our Black Friday Old Navy deals & how to More…

groupware

Software that allows people to share documents and work collaboratively.e.g. GOOGLE group, GOOGLE doc

Groutfit

(group+outfit) an common outfit worn at the same time by multiple members of a group =Those sorority girls are wearing a groutfit today, as they do on most days Etymology : Group and More…

grow-op

an area or space in which marijuana is grown in significant quantities with the mutual consent and support of multiple parties; sometimes used in a humorous context to describe an apartment More…

grown manning

To act as a grown man; to act more mature. The singer in the promo used to be in a boy band; now he is a solo artist. The boy band of course targeted teenagers with its songs; its videos More…

Grrr

(noun) Used to show feelings of disgust or anger. =This term is used at the beginning or at the end of a remark. The remark is an unpleasing one and will generally be a problem that the More…

grubbifiable

Intended for becoming soiled as a result of labor apparent meaning:There isn't any single common-usage word that captures the sense of 'going to get dirty,' so suffixation made it happen. More…

grubble

crushed rocky debris. =A blending of gravel and rubble. The term was used to describe some rocky debris left by Hurricane Ike. Etymology : Gravel is from Old French grave meaning More…

gruel

A combination of the words ‘great’ and ‘cool’, gruel retains the meanings of both words. It means very good, neat or interesting. In the movie the character is More…

grumblecakes

1. a monologue or speech delivered without enunciation. 2. an actor who is not enunciating his lines This word was originally formed on a Website that plays cartoons called More…

Grumpindicular

Continuously grumpy and sulky Synonymous with "grumpy." See "fussbudgetous." There is not, as far as I'm aware, any meaning attached to the "indicular" fragment of the word. I didn't see More…

grumpindicular

Continuously grumpy and sulky. Interpretation of intended meaning Synonymous with "grumpy" Presumed reason for coinage See "fussbudgetous." There is not, as far as I'm aware, any meaning More…

grumples

the state of being frustrated and tired at the end of the day reason used: to convey his feelings in a colloquial term =I did poorly on both my exams today and then I had to go to several More…

Grundle

The perineum. =I heard this word first used by a family friend at dinner. He is fourteen years old, so the word seems to appeal to a more juvenile demographic. However, when he explained More…

GRUNDLE GRUNDLE

the area on a male between his scrotum and anus Apparent meaning: the area on a male between his scrotum and anus Reason used: wanted to reference a specific area quickly and easily More…


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