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good; okay; cool It just isn’t enough to be cool anymore. In our materialistic society, the greenback is always acceptable. Money the neologism displays polysemy. Money underwent More…

Money

Remarkable or outstanding, Good. Seems synonymous with good or awesome. Comes from peoples obsession with money and the feeling that it will bring happiness. =He sucks, but then he hit More…

Money (1)

fantastic, great, awesome =An adjective used to describe something extremely hip and trendy, such as an article of clothing, or something done well, such as an exam Etymology : The term More…

moneyball

A shot made from far beyond the basket that goes into the basket, resulting in three points; a three-point shot. Sports announcers were seeking a more colorful and original way to say More…

moneythinker

(noun) Someone who is fiscally responsible and makes good financial decisions ="You get your textbooks for free through Amazon student? Way to be a moneythinker." Etymology : A More…

Monguise

(Noun) A fool or an insignificant person or thing. =It's used affectionately to refer to people. For example, "This monguise doesn't even know how to parallel park!". More…

Monicagate

N The presidential scandal involving president Bill Clinton's relations with Monica Lewinsky. Interpretation of intended meaning used to describe the scandal of Bill Clinton having sexual More…

Monkeyface

(Compounding) A term of endearment for a child from his or her parent denoting a cute, mischievous nature. =This word comes from a compounding of the words “monkey,” meaning “The primate; More…

monoballerian

A term used to describe a man with only one testicle. Used by a roommate in an advanced stage of intoxication to describe a mutual friend in derogatory terms. =Used by a roommate in an More…

Monologing

reciting a monologue or soliloquy Simple derivation explains this one, the verb forming from the noun ‘monologue,’ one actor’s dramatic speech or soliloquy. This word can More…

Monosodium Poisonate

(Noun) It is a derivation of the chemical compound Monosodium Glutamate. It is a common salt used in cooking. It is known to have adverse effects in the body by affecting brain growth. In More…

Monster mix

(Genericized Trademark) A generic term for a snack mixture consisting of salted peanuts, raisins, M&M’s, mini white chocolate kisses, and pretzels. =This term is a generic use of the More…

monsteroid

Another way to refer to the "Monster" energy drink for students who have become "dependent" on the beverage that they find themselves unable to focus and study without More…

monthiversary

the monthly reoccurrence of the date of a past event; the celebration thereof =The term is generally used in the context of dating, used predominantly among younger people, high school and More…

Moob

Abnormally large chest area for a male. =Used to describe when a member of the male sex is getting big in the chest area. Can be either when one is getting too fat or when one is becoming More…

Moobs

The breast-like protruding chest of males that is often more noticeable the more obese the male is The word moobs came from a clipping and blending process in which the m of man was clipped More…

Moobs

Pectorals that resemble women’s breasts Moobs are man boobs, or rather, they are the pectorals of obese men. The term moobs is used when the men’s pectorals begin to resemble More…

Moobs 4

The chest of a man. Used in situations where the male chest is enlarged due to being fat or too muscular. =This is a blend of the words ‘man’ and ‘boobs’. Boobs is a well-known slang that More…

Moobs[5]

Unusually large breasts on a man that resemble that of a female. Usually present in obese men. =Look at the moobs on that guy. Etymology : A blend of man and boobs. =2013. After More…

mooby

the flabby pectoral muscles on a male, originating from the term man boobs Man boob is a very slang, yet common term and thus, mooby is also quite useful. =That guy had the most ridiculous More…


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