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quimby

The person in the middle of two other people, usually cramped The speaker couldn’t think of the right word to use and was trying to be funny. =No fair, why do I have to be the quimby? More…

Quippmanship

The ability to produce a catchy soundbyte, witty remark, or clever turn of phrase. The art, skill, or ability to create a catchy soundbyte, witty remark, or clever turn of phrase. =So far More…

Quitters

(none) Hunger. Socks that have lost their elasticity. =Used then describing old socks that no longer stay on correctly. Because socks use elastic to keep their shape and that elastic wears More…

Quivercate

To move in a shaky, unsteady manner; to shake with a tremulous movement. Quivercating is the body’s reaction and is caused by hunger, anger, cold temperatures or physical instability. More…

Quivercate

To move in a shaky, unsteady manner; to shake with a tremulous movement Quivercating is the body’s reaction and is caused by hunger, anger, cold temperatures or physical instability. More…

Quivercate

To move in a shaky, unsteady manner; to shake with a tremulous movement. This verb is the body’s reaction and is caused by hunger, anger, cold temperatures or physical instability. More…

qwasted

extremely intoxicated by alcohol Pronounced “kway-stid.” Lots of vocabulary exists to describe various drunken states, all of which may connote degree with more or less More…

qwerty

A person typically devoting much time to computer entertainment; a person typically described as 'geeky' This was a word spawned out of metaphor and zero derivation of a keyboard. It is More…

qwn

To kill or destroy, especially in a video game and an intense manner. As a result of people making typos and spelling “own” as “pwn,” it became popular for people to More…

qwnyatiyam

The act of confusing and then strategically or surreptitiously destroying an opponent, especially in a video game. The derivation and meaning came about by applying the “pwn to More…


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