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clown

clown- someone that is goofy and unorthodox, even when they are not trying. =You jokingly around call one of your friends a clown. they are not literally dressed up in face paint and a More…

Clown

(Verb) to act like a fool or in a foolish manner, specifically in a romantic context. In this romantic context, it means to have strong feelings for someone who, more likely than not, does More…

clown (1)

to act in a silly/stupid manner (like a clown); mildly pejorative ="Dude, you're clowning. You have two tests tomorrow and you haven't started studying." Etymology : More…

Clown car it

(noun to a verb) When there are more people in a car than there are seat belts; this means that everyone must squeeze in to allow for everyone to fit. =Used as an analogy to describe when More…

clownhips

A term for the hips when they are clothed in unflattering attire. The hips actually look like you would expect a clown’s hips to appear—abnormally large, almost a caricature in More…

Club Fondren

Rice's main library =I can't party with y'all tonight; I'm going to Club Fondren. Etymology : a compounding of a word meaning a place where people party with a the More…

Clubbing

To go out to a dance club or a nightclub to dance or simply hang out. The speaker used this as an easy way to ask a question. A nightclub or club consists of music, dancing, drinking, and More…

clubbing (2)

to go out to a nightclub or multiple nightclubs =The term clubbing is used to describe the actions of someone who is going to go to, is in the process of going to, or already has went to a More…

Clue

An erect human penis. =Term is a euphemism. It refers to a human phallus. The exact way 'clue' came to have this meaning is unclear. One viable hypothesis is that a clue is More…

Clusterfuck

An ill-planned activity undertaken by multiple people or groups of people without coordination that is for that reason unsuccessful. Usually used in exaggeration, this term emphasizes the More…

clusterfuck

Clusterfuck, N A really disorganized operation [Compounding of roots cluster - 'group' + fuck - 'have sex'] =The usage was probably the speaker’s attempt to shed a More…

clusterfucked

Describing a type of situation where a group of people are screwed /done for/out of luck. (“If we don’t finish this project in time, we’ll be clusterfucked”). The More…

Clutch

Crucial or critical Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: “Clutch” in this context means ‘critical’ or ‘key.’ It is using zero More…

clutch

really good =He just scored a clutch shot. Etymology : Possibly from "clutching victory from the jaws of defeat" as in a shot that does that ="That was a pretty clutch More…

Clutch

(Metaphorical change in meaning.; The term describes an object or thing.) "Clutch" describes something or somebody that is successful when faced with immense pressure. This meaning More…

Clutch (1)

Being able to do well under the pressure of tense situation. =Did you see Kobe Bryant last night? He’s so clutch he hit a turn-around 3 to win the game. Etymology : “Clutch” comes from More…

Clutch (2)

Done or accomplished in a critical situation. Dependable in crucial situation. Often used in sports to describe players or actions. =That was a clutch shot. Etymology : Zero derivation More…

Clutch (9)

Beastly, awesome, dramatically badass =Came about via metonymy. Clutch was already a word to describe a part of a manual transmission, but a metonymous connection was most likely made More…

Clutch[7]

(New word) Capable of performing in life-or-death situations or situations of the utmost importance. =Lebron James is so clutch, did you see him make that three-pointer with 1 second left More…

Clutter-busting

An activity involving cleaning one’s house by throwing out old possessions, i.e., clutter, for the purpose of eliminating disorder Clutter-busting was probably created by the author More…


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