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seppo

a nickname for an American used in Australia, derived from the Cockney rhyming slang for “Yank.” Australians as a whole like to abbreviate words and use nicknames for people from More…

ser

Serious, seriously It is quicker to say ser in a conversation with friends. =Can she be ser about that? Etymology : clipping from serious. =My roommate

Serious

Seriously ="You need to take this job serious." Etymology : Clipping of seriously that has been a known slang term for seriously for a long time, especially in African American More…

served

To outperform an opponent in a competition, for example a dance or musical competition. Served is a term which is concise and to the point. It is stems from the hip-hop vernacular and the More…

Servery

Place where cafeteria style food is served but not eaten. Cafeterias usually have a place to sit and eat. Also cafeterias are cliché and generally not good. =The north college More…

servery

A cafeteria Used because of brevity--"servery" is 3 syllables, while "cafeteria" is 5 =Go eat at the servery. Etymology : serv+er+y =Conversation

servery

A cafeteria Used because of brevity--"servery" is 3 syllables, while "cafeteria" is 5 =Go eat at the servery. Etymology : serv+er+y =Conversation

Servery (1)

An eating area, where food is served. =Let's eat at South servery, it has the best food. Etymology : From serve + -ery. Serve comes from Old French servir, meaning "to attend More…

Servery (4)

cafeteria =used by Lovett and other Rice students to describe their eating places. Example: "I think I'm going to eat at South servery tonight." Etymology : derived from More…

sesh

Session. =What an awful homework sesh. And I’m still really far behind. Etymology : The word sesh is a clipping of session. Most likely because “sess” would be hard to say, it was More…

Sesh

a period of time. a quick moment. =This term is used in replacement of the word session. It is most commonly used by females. It is commonly thought to be used when referring to a very More…

Sesh (1)

Short for session, which may relate to anything that lasts a prolonged period of time. This word, originally a slang term for session, has now come to mean an informal get-together or More…

Sesh (2)

(clipping) Session, a meeting group. =Clipping of session. Etymology : Session is from the old french session, from the latin sessionem, which comes from the stem sedere. More…

Sesh (9)

Meaning "session", usually an informal get-together of colleagues =A shortening of the word “session” to one syllable for the speaker’s ease, sesh usually appears in sentences More…

Seven-heaven

A grilled cheese sandwich with 6 slices of American cheese and 1 slice of Mozzarella cheese inside. =This is a term me and my friends invented to describe the extravagant grilled cheese More…

sex tourism

The practice of having sexual relations for entertainment without wanting any attachment or relationship afterward. I overheard a girl use this word while talking on her cell phone. The More…

Sexable

Very sexy; attractive. Sexable was coined in order to be humorous. It was formed like many verbs that are turned into adjectives, such as ‘eatable’ or ‘doable.’ More…

Sexaholic

A person who is addicted to sex, sexual practices, or anything to do with copulation. People can get addicted to sex, as with almost anything else in the world. The most common way to More…

sexaholic

One who has a sex addiction =It blends "sex" with "alcoholic." It's shows an analogical connection, as "alcoholics" are known to be addicts of alcohol. More…

sexaholism

disease in which a person is addicted to sex. I first heard this word when my friend used it last year to describe a person we both knew. The model word that sounds like sexaholism and that More…


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