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Superbulous

describing something that is great beyond comprehension. Apparent Meaning: out-of-this-world good Type of word formation: Blend: super and fabulous Reason used: someone was describing the More…

Superclock

(Affixation of 'super-' to root verb 'clock') Superclock, V To greatly increase the inner operating frequencies of a processor over those that were originally intended More…

Supercommittee

A colloquial term used to refer to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, which is a joint select committee of the U.S Congress. It was created by the Budget Control Act of 2011 More…

superconnector

Person or organization with multiple networks and capability to gain access to others or various information. =“The Arabian Gulf’s three superconnectors – Emirates, Etihad and Qatar – are More…

SUPERFINE

The state of very fine, usually particles ‘Superfine’ seems to be an effective way for conveying the meaning of ultra fine or very fine. =The superfine particles help your face More…

Superfunktastic

term used to describe an extremely enjoyable experience to describe an enjoyable experience using a funny sounding word =Wow that weekend was superfunktastic. Etymology : Compound of the More…

Superherodom

state or realm of having extraordinary powers and an inclination for saving people for the good of the world since this is a movie review in Entertainment Weekly, I think the author used More…

Supermax

Possessing technologically advanced security precautions for the containment of exceptionally violent and dangerous criminals, said of prisons. apparent meaning: Possessing technologically More…

supermom

The stereotypical overachiever mom that is actively involved in everything. The mom that strives to be the perfect wife, mother, employee, and community member. She handles child care, home More…

Superpals

People who are fans of the sketch comedy web-series SMBC Theater =By using the term "superpals" to describe their fans, the creators of SMBC theater are highlighting how much More…

supersize

Larger size; specifically with fast food combo meals. New word for a commercial invention designed to attract people to larger sized things. This was a business ploy that made a catchy More…

Supertaster

(Compound) Someone who experiences flavors, like sweet and bitter, more intensely =Describes someone who has more taste buds than the average person, apparently making them experience More…

Superyacht

A very large, luxurious yacht =This word was used to advertise a new yacht design. Calling it a “superyacht” is a marketing strategy. This word makes it sound like these types of yachts More…

Supper Nerd

A person who is extremely knowledgeable about the newest electronics, technology and computers; a person that has characteristics of a nerd or geek. A "super nerd" is a person who carries More…

Suppile

(Noun) A pile of supplies. =This was a nonce word that was created by a slip of the tongue. My friend accidentally combined the two words in verbal speech. This most likely happened due to More…

sups

(clipping of "super") intensifier used to mean very, especially, particularly, intensely. The prefix element super- was generalized and widened into a word with the same meaning More…

surflet

A little surface apparent meaning: surface-lets ? little surfaces used to approximate large complex surfaces. In the ECE community, an active area of research is to represent a large More…

sus

Suspicious or shady. Used to describe a person or people who are behaving in a suspicious manner or are believed to be hiding something. Can be used to describe someone with presumed or More…

Sus

Untrustworthy. “I wouldn’t eat the chicken from the servery today. It looks hella sus if you ask me.” =A clipping of the term “suspicious” or “suspect”. The diminutive form of the new More…

sus (3)

(adjective) weird, of an activity or person’s behavior =This slang term is used in very informal contexts to express nearly any situation of discomfort around a person or behavior. More…


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