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Scholar up

(verb) To reference a paper or essay retroactively; to add in-text references after the writing is complete. Used to add credibility to a research paper where you haven't really done the More…

Scholly

Scholarship =The clipping isn’t total, or else the resulting word would be schol. The -ly¬ added to the word gives the word a more informal, complete feel to it. Etymology : Colloquial More…

School

To do noticeably or substantially better than someone. The meaning derives from associations with school and competing to see who can perform better. Could also refer to teaching, as in More…

schooled

to perform more effectively in a game or sport than another individual or group. Schooled is a verb that comes from the noun school. Using it implies that you are teaching someone how to More…

Schooled

act of having someone make a great play against you, or consistently make better plays than you. Can be used for many sports. Probably comes from being taught or educated on how to play, as More…

schrute

To act in a way that alters the outcome of an event in a negative way =The term 'schrute' was originally zero derived from the proper noun 'Schrute', referring to More…

Schtuff

(Creative Respelling) a general category noun for any person, object or action; stuff =Schtuff is used in almost the exact way as “stuff,” except that it emphasizes the begin of the word More…

schtup

to have sex It serves as another colorful euphemism for sex. It has sound symbolism in that it seems rough and vulgar, which fits in to the coarse nature of its usage. It is used because, More…

schumacher

To create a sequel to or continuation of a work of media that does not stand up to the original creator’s intent and/or talent. Presumed reason for coinage The author wished to link More…

Schwa

An interjection expressing surprise and disbelief. Schwa is a contraction – almost a blending and clipping – of sh(it) and wha(t), two commonly used injerjections. The former is More…

schwag

cheap, low quality marijuana possible reason used: to say exactly what type of marijuana he was thinking of without saying a whole phrase. Also, it is cooler because it is new and not More…

Schwaste-hammer-face

This is the ultimate state of inebriation. First there is being buzzed, being drunk, then wasted. But when you past being hammered or wasted and past any level of comprehension you are More…

Schwasted

Schwasted, Adj Really drunk [Apparent clipping of root shitfaced and blending with root wasted] =Schwasted is used to describe a person who is very drunk, and the choice of two roots that More…

Schwasted

Adjective describing someone who is very drunk =Kevin was schwasted last night to the point that we had to call Rice EMS. Etymology : The term, “schwasted”, is a combination of the words More…

Schwasted (1)

An extreme state of drunkenness =A possible origin of the term is the blending of ‘shitfaced’ and wasted, where the former is a greater degree of intoxication than the latter. This term is More…

Schwasted (2)

state of being at a high level of intoxication =Did you see what I did last night? I was so schwasted after that drink. Etymology : It builds upon wasted, but pokes fun of the people in More…

schwasted (3)

Extremely intoxicated =An extension of the term "wasted" which is also used to describe extreme states of intoxication. This term is used synonymously with "wasted", More…

schwasted(8)

(adjective) Being in a state of drunkenness, inebriation. Used synonymously with wasted, slizzard, drunk, etc. =Wow, I didn’t think we would get schwasted this quickly! Etymology : More…

schwastey

(blend) Exceedingly drunk. =A jocular way of describing a person's drunkenness. Ex: “That girl was looking pretty schwastey after her 9th beer.” Etymology : An intentional corruption More…

Schwasty

completely drunk and sloppy, usually resulting in an unflattering picture. =Blends two popular terms to describe levels of inebriation, 'shit-faced' and 'wasted' to More…


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