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Slatt

The acronym slatt stands for both “Slime love all the time” and “Slime life all the time”. =It is used to express appreciation for one’s closest friends and partners or to claim that one More…

Slaughterbot

A set of bots (robots) that have the ability to kill or take some life away. =“Powerful video warns of the danger of autonomous ‘slaughterbot’ drone swarms” Etymology : Compound word More…

Slay

(verb to interjection; metaphor; widening) 1. to succeed, excel, dominate, and destroy. 2. an exclamation indicating appreciative surprise at something outlandish or extraordinary =The More…

slay

(none; sematic change of an Old English word) to succeed in doing something; to do a task extremely well =The word slay originates from the Old English word slean which meant ‘to smite, More…

Slay (2)

(Verb) Metaphorically killing it; succeeding. =It can be used directly toward an object: “I slayed that test,” meaning I aced it. Or it can be used even more broadly, as in “I slayed last More…

slay(1)

(repurposing) to be amazing at something, to be in some way fantastic =It uses the word “slay” as in “to kill” in a metaphorical sense, similar to the phrase “killing it”, to indicate More…

sleaze-meister

one who is renowned for being dishonest or corrupt. =A compounding of sleaze and the German word meiester. Meister is a loanword from German which is fairly common in creating compounds More…

Sleazily

In a sleazy manner; associated with possibly poor intensions or dirty thoughts. "Sleazily" is an excellent descriptor, for it conveys the meaning of "an adverb form of sleaze" effectively. More…

sleep

the crusty mucus in your eyes when you wake up. =Metonymy. Word originates from the act that precedes the eye mucus. It is extending the verb, to sleep, to a noun. Etymology : from the More…

sleep (2)

unaware or oblivious of something =When a person is "sleep," they are unaware of what is happening in their surroundings. This term comes from the adjective asleep meaning ‘in a More…

sleepability

one’s ability or non-ability to doze off or fall asleep upon a bed or other piece of furniture reason used: to describe how the comfortable bed it affects one’s ability to fall More…

sleepcation

A vacation where the individual only sleeps. This word was most likely created because the speaker was exhausted from studying, taking exams, and working. This blend of “sleep” and More…

sleeper

(metaphorical extension) A car or other automobile that, from the outside, appears to be little more than broken down. The interior, however, and especially the engine, are not only in good More…

sleeperson

A sleepy person. This is a type of word that was formed out of the laziness of speech. Because my friend wanted a word to describe being a sleepy person, she blended the two words More…

Sleeping on

(Generalization) to ignore the merit of something =There is a metaphorical connection between ignoring something and sleeping; in both, someone is completely unaware. This metaphorical More…

slelfie

A selfie that includes a person who is sleeping. Can also refer to a selfie someone took while pretending to be asleep with the intention of implying that a significant other took the More…

sleppy

Being in the state where one is tired to the point of being very hyper After inquiring I found that it was a blend between sleepy and slaphappy. A blend to describe the feeling of being More…

slesident

(NOUN) A resident, as in medical professional in training, who caters sexually to several suitors. =The first syllable of slutty is used in combination with the word resident, minus the More…

sli

(Or Initializm, depending on the delivery; metonymy (eponymy)/generalization) SLI, v To join two or more graphics cards together so that they cooperate on the display, allowing for greater More…

sli (2)

(initialism; generalization) To combine two or more video cards on a compatible computer motherboard for increased graphics performance. =SLI has been used for various video card More…


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