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Craptastic (1)

1. Describing an object that is of poor quality or inferior workmanship, or 2. Describing a past occurrence that was so unpleasant that it was humorous =I heard this word used in a mostly More…

craptop

A crappy laptop that is always broken. This word was formed as a funny way to say that a laptop is crappy and is longer working properly. It is not used very frequently because the word not More…

crash

To reach a certain location and stop, especially when referring to a bed or place to sleep. "Crash" is easily used as a metaphor for stopping at a certain place. One can imagine someone More…

Crash

(Creative Variation) To fall asleep, usually to extreme exhaustion. =The definition of crash as a collision of two objects is from 1910. This specific definition assumes a person “crashing” More…

Crashplan

(compounding) A plan for what to do if your computer crashes, or becomes unusable, and data stored on it becomes inaccessible. =Do you have a crashplan? Etymology : Compound of crash, More…

Crasian

This refers to a crazy asian. =That girl that was dancing so much last night was a crasian! Etymology : “Crasian” comes from the blending of the words crazy and asian. =Conversation More…

Crawl

The activity of drinking alcoholic beverages at multiple locations along a path, spaced out by the short walks between the locations. The word was converted from the verb “crawl” due to the More…

Crawl

(metaphor) A mobile social gathering where a group of people travel between various locations drinking a different type of alcohol at each stop. They are given a theme in order to target More…

Crawl (1)

(metaphor) a slow procession through the Rice University campus and includes stopping at each of the eleven residential colleges to drink alcohol =This definition of crawl is related More…

Crawl (2)

A gathering of people where people do an activity (drinking, visiting museums, eating, etc.) in one set time period. =Used most often in the context of “pub crawl” where people go to More…

Crawl [4]

(Noun) A crawl is an activity where people go to multiple private stops, which are most commonly students’ dorm rooms, and consume alcohol before going to the next stop. Crawls typically More…

Crawl(3)

(metaphor) an event consisting of a group of people travelling from college to college to drink various alcoholic beverages =from the term Bar crawl where the group travels from bar to bar More…

crawler

In the context of the zombies game mode in first person shooter video games, a strategic zombie with its legs blown off so that it allows time to accomplish important tasks on a level of More…

Cray

It is a term from Ebonics that is used in place of crazy to emphasize the ridiculousness of a person or what he or she has done or said. Does not actually mean actual mental illness or More…

cray

crazy =clipping of crazy to cray. usually used in more "ghetto" way. Etymology : from the word "crazy" =11/15/2011 - "Niggas in Paris" by Kanye West and More…

Cray

(Short for "crazy".; It is a descriptive word.) "Cray" takes on the figurative meaning of "crazy", meaning unbelievable, or unreal. "Cray" was derived More…

Cray (3)

(From the word crazy. Removing the “z”.) Crazy in a good way. =This term is a very recent addition to the English language stemming from the popular song Niggas in Paris. The popularity of More…

cray (5)

(Clipping) crazy, ridiculous, extravagant =Slang, popularized in hip-hop culture. Shortens/simplifies crazy to a one-syllable word in keeping with many modernizations of words. Etymology More…

Cray 2

abbreviation of crazy. Something that is absurd or uncommon =That party last night was cray. Etymology : clipping of crazy =Rap scene, as in Kanye West's song "Niggas in More…

cray cray

crazy; senseless; unusual; of great intensity. =Of no particular origin. Used to denote “craziness” with a more positive connotation – a mild euphemism – or when the “craziness” is of such More…


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