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Druggy

Excellent, nifty, groovy, cool. ('a dudely gadget') Originally, the word 'dude' referred to an American city slicker who vacationed out West. It was later popularly used in reference to More…

drummies

Percussionists, or any group who plays drum-related instruments. Intended Meaning: percussionists Analysis: drum -y -s percussion:instrument -N -PL people who play More…

Drunch

(Noun) Drunch is a blend of the words “drinking” and “lunch.” It is primarily used as a noun in place of the word “lunch.” An example is “Let’s get drunch.” It means to get drinks at lunch. More…

drunchies

The condition of being hungry and/or dehydrated similar to the munchies commonly linked to smoking marijuana =The drunchies always hit me after beer. Etymology : Blending/clipping of More…

Drunchies

Used to describe the hunger that is experienced after a few too many drinks. Formed from a blend of “munchies” and “drunk”. “Munchies” traditionally has a connotation with the stoner More…

drunchies (1)

the state of being excessively drunk, similar to "the munchies" when under the state of marijuana ="I've got the drunchies, let's got to TC (Taco Cabana)" More…

drunk

to drink with the sole purpose of reaching the state of drunk =often used humorously to emphasize the nature of inebriation reached. Distinguishes alcohol use from casual drinking and the More…

drunk dial

A phone call made in an inebriated state. As is well known, being drunk greatly reduces one’s ability to reason and judge. Feelings of elation or depression are often amplified by More…

drunk-dial

To make a pointless phone call to a friend or acquaintance as a result of being drunk. To make pointless phone calls to friends as a result of being drunk. This verb is similar to the verb More…

drunkblog

to write a blog while under the influence of alcohol. =Compounding of 'drunk' and 'blog'. Used in internet communities, especially among those who frequently write More…

drunkbook

(v.) When a drunk person goes on facebook and does stupid and very public things. ="Edith was drunkbooking me last night... I have like 14 different clips from Titanic on my wall. But More…

drunkdial

the action of calling random people while inebriated, usually during the wee hours of the morning =This guy I haven’t talked to in years drunkdialed me last night and left the More…

drunkdial

To make a telephone call while under the influence of alcohol. It seems to carry with it the idea that whatever conversation may be had while on this “drunkdial” will result in More…

Drunkening

A time in which one is in the process of becoming inebriated There really is no word to describe the time during which you get drunk. The word was formed from the word drunken, using the More…

drunking

1. Drinking with the express intent of getting drunk Upon finding her roommate passed out on a couch at a party, my friend commented that she must’ve been drunking. She marked the More…

drunkoholic

One who is known to habitually become intoxicated with alcoholic substances; usually refers to an individual in the late teens or early twenties. Apparent Meaning: The term describes an More…

drunkorexia

a dangerous condition in which a one starves themselves for a short period (day(s)) in order to avoid excessive calorie intake from drinking at a party, leading to faster intoxication More…

drunksies

(suffixation) intoxicated with alcohol; drunk. =It seems to be a cuter alternative to drunk. When the word was used, it was used to refer to a female that was drunk because of College More…

drunksit

The act of caring for a heavily inebriated friend. My friend had attended an off-campus party with two other girls. One of the girls had had too much to drink, and my friend kindly More…

dry-hump

To simulate sexual movements with another while remaining fully clothed. The term dry-hump has become quite common with university students and it is slowly gaining acceptance. I believe More…


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