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sandy

food comprised of meat, cheese, and vegetables between slices of bread: a sandwich Possible reason used: To say the word that is intended in a shorter and more commanding manner. =Hey More…

sangry

Describes an emotion that is a mixture of sadness and anger. Sangry is a blend that has variable meaning because there are many variations between sad and angry. Its definition, therefore, More…

Sapiosexual

An individual who finds the mind/intelligence of a person more attractive (or sexually attractive) than their physical characteristics. ="Social animal. Scholar athlete. Sapiosexual. More…

Sapiosexual (1)

(Blend) Someone that is attracted to (sometimes even aroused by) intelligence in others, generally over any other characteristic or trait =Typically refers to academic intelligence and More…

Sapiosexual (2)

A person who is attracted to or aroused by the intelligence of another person. =Sapiosexual is used as a marker of sexual orientation, even listed as an orientation of various dating apps. More…

Sara

A southern slang that is short for “is there a” I heard this one on Jeff Foxworthy’s standup on comedy central. He was talking to his wife one day and mistakenly started More…

Sarcastrophe

An embarrassing and catastrophic event occurring when an individual attempts and fails to use humorous sarcasm =Todd's failed attempt at humorous sarcasm resulted in a sarcastrophe at More…

sarcinastrous

Burdenous Using the prefix –astr in the formation process was probably intended to imply astronomical burden or something similar but could just be there to make the word sound more More…

sargasm

(blending) Sargasm, n. Is when someone uses sarcasm in a conversation and extends the situation by going way to far with one single sarcastic comment. They receive a lot of enjoyment and More…

Sargasm

An orgasm that derives its pleasure from sarcasm =Used as a joke when someone has used sarcasm to get a desired reaction out of someone Etymology : Blends orgasm and sarcasm to create a More…

Sarge

(Eponomy) To make the effort meet and talk to complete strangers of the opposite sex with the express purpose of instigating future physical or emotional intimacy. ="Yo, Joe and I are More…

sarz

(clipping) An expression of remorse or apology. ="Sarz! I didn't mean to do that!" Etymology : Formed by clipping the neologism "sorries". =Used by a friend to More…

SASHA-ESQUE

Characteristic of parking over the line of a parking space such that no car can fit in the adjoining spot. Among our circle of acquaintances, Sasha’s inability to park well is More…

sass

(Noun) sass basically means talking impudently or disrespectfully. It is the act of showing attitude when not required either for flirting or for being difficult. =It’s so difficult to talk More…

sasshole

A person who is acting rudely in a sassy manner. ="Thomas was being such a sasshole right then." Etymology : A blending and shortening of the English words sassy (Adj.) and More…

sassifying

Putting a sassy spin on things =Sassy Wanda Sykes is sassing her way to a career of sassifying. Etymology : Derivation, ‘sassy’ + ‘-ify’ + ‘-ing’ More…

Satserv

Satellite servery, esp. used to refer to Jones' satellite servery, a lounge area in between the North Servery and the Jones Commons. Probably coined because it is much shorter and More…

sauce10

(noun) It can be defined as a persons overall quickness and ability to juke someone out on the football field. If someone is very hard to tackle, then it can be said he has a lot of “sauce”. More…

sauced

1. Intoxicated My friend received as a gift a collection of rubber bracelets that had different words meaning intoxicated such as trashed, plastered, shit-faced, etc. We could only assume More…

sauced (2)

to get played or set up; fooled; tricked =Term used by to add humor and laughter to a situation in which one person is embarrassed Etymology : ‘sauce’ (from Old French saucier More…


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