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Steamer

(metonymy, Noun) A drink of hot milk sometime with flavored syrup. =This term probably came from the method of warming the milk, steaming, in which steam is used to warm the milk. More…

Steampunk

(compound) Used to describe a fantasy setting in which steam power is still the dominant form of technology. =This setting is often dominated by Victorian era imagery with a earthy tone. More…

steamroll

To push or knock an opposing football player flat on his back without appearing to slow down or change direction of motion. ("The linebacker steamrolled the offensive linemen onto his back More…

steelo

style, originating from Spanish word estilo almost a loan word, but used strictly as slang. =She’s lovin’ my steelo. =friend

steez

bicycling slang for laid-back style In trick-oriented bicycle riding, just as in many sports, it is a sign of experience and skill to make things ‘look easy,’ and this is a More…

Steez (2)

A person’s mien. A phonetic blending of “style” and “ease,” it describes the way someone carries his or herself. =Can be used to describe the way someone rides his or her longboard or More…

Steeze

The possession of the combination of both style and ease ="Man check out his outfit--he has such steeze." Etymology : Blending of 'style' and 'ease'; the More…

Steeziness

(blending, suffixation) Steeziness-Steeziness is a blend of the two adjectives style and ease, suffixed with -iness. It is an adj. used to refer to someone who has swagger, confidence, and More…

steezy

blended word of "Style" with "Easy" to create the act of doing a trick with style and ease.(Snowboarder term) ="Wow, did you see that guy? He's too steezy. I More…

stefoolery

The act of engaging in trivial or foolish behavior with someone named Stefan, Stephanie, etc. A specific variation of the word tomfoolery. =Stephanie and I went out last Saturday and More…

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Step

(derivation) 1. confront someone with potentially violent intentions. 2. Leave =Step is usesd more in ebonics. It is used as a derivation from the older word step, and the term has changed More…

steven

A possum, particularly one who resides in a residential area and is not especially afraid of humans. A former roommate of mine had a possum that lurked outside of her garage apartment door. More…

STFD

(initialisms) Short for “slow the fuck down.” Etymology : Take the initials of the words in the sentence or phrase “slow the fuck down”. This word would probably be used informally and in More…

STFU

Shut the f*ck up. STFU is a common internet acronym meaning 'shut the f*ck up.' Normally it is used in written communication on the internet. However, in this context it was said in a More…

stick

to throw an adhesive explosive at an enemy and killing them with the resulting detonation ="I can't believe he stuck me from that far away!" Etymology : The video game More…

stick bug

(Zero Derivation) To trick someone into clicking on a link that sends them to video or GIF of a stick bug moving back and forth in a dance-like manner, usually accompanied by text stating More…

stick-to-it-iveness

steadfastness and determination despite challenges in a task =“...but the stick-to-it-iveness of Kobe Bryant to knock down this shot...” Etymology : compounding phrase “stick to it” into More…

stick-to-itiveness

The ability to continue to do something despite adverse conditions. =His "stick-to-itiveness" was rewarded with luck in drawing the second-to-last performance spot in the More…

Sticker

(Metaphor) An abnormal tine on a deer’s antler that reduces its value. =This term is metaphorical because the small tine on the antler resembles a sticker, or thorne, found on some plants. More…


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