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Thicc (3)

(misspelling) A little bit overweight (about a person). =The type of this typo puts it on a row with such informally spelled words as “flexxx”. In additions, the meaning of the adjective is More…

Thicc(4)

(Creative Respelling) It is most commonly used to describe a person, meaning that person is curvaceous, voluptuous, often in a slightly sexual way. It can also be used to describe animals or More…

Thicc1

(Misspelling) (of a woman) Voluptuous, sexually appealing. Literally, thick in areas of the body associated with sex =A likely evolution from curvy, the term thick is seemingly laden with a More…

Thick

music to have a fully voiced and resonant musical chord in tune and at a proper dynamic level. Music is difficult to describe technically. Musicians need ways to describe sound that make More…

Thick (2)

(Creative Respelling) Voluptuous; attractively curvy =“Thicc” is usually used to describe women, and sometimes men, who have large hips and/or butt in a way that is deemed sexy or More…

thigh gap

the gap between the upper thighs on women while they are still touching their feet together, often seen as a symbol of thin legs =“thigh gap” is used often in the fitness and fashion More…

THIGH-HIGHs

Certain type of boots that rise up to thighs She was probably shocked to see what she was expected to wear and wanted to convey that the boots rise up to her thighs when she wears them. More…

Thin

music to be lacking a quality in a musical chord such that the sound is weak, out of tune, non-resonant, or at an improper dynamic level. Music is difficult to describe technically. More…

Thingamajig

A synonym for thing. =Used to describe an object when you don't really know it's name. Etymology : Probably comes from the word thing. =Stephen: Hey, can you hand me that More…

thinspiration

inspiration for working out to become thinner, typically photographs =originally appeared in sites such as Tumblr and Pinterest for workout inspiration, similar to the idea of an More…

thintervention

(blending) the act of intervening in someones life to help them lose weight or become thin =Kelly needs support losing weight so we are staging a thintervention. Thintervention with Jackie More…

third-wheeling

(third+wheel) to feel like an extra or unnecessary part similar to a third wheel in a pair of wheels. Usually refers to being in a situation when one is not needed and not part of the main More…

thirsty

(semantic change via metaphor) Having a desperate desire to have sexual intercourse. Speakers originally used “thirsty” to refer to having a desire for a drink. Speakers, specifically More…

Thirsty

(Widening) desperate desire for something =Widening of the term originally describing the desire for liquid to describe the desire for anything Etymology : Figurative sense of More…

thirsty (2)

(inherited derivation) extreme desire for something =The meaning of thirsty originally widened from 'craving liquid' to a general sense of ‘craving anything’. Nowadays, it can be More…

Thirsty /θɜrsti/

(No specific type of word-formation) When you are eager to get your crush’s (the person you like) attention. People who are thirsty go through extreme measures to get attention from that More…

thirsty(1)

referring to an individual who is seeking a non-specific hook-up, and usually sexually deprived. =Thirsty is typically used by people who go to parties since that is typically the location More…

Thirsty2

(Adjective) Describing someone who is desperate. =Used mainly by college students, especially when describing someone who is sexually desperate. Etymology : Most likely from the original More…

Thirty-second Surfer

A person that quickly changes through the channels every thirty seconds when a commercial comes on =Used as a derogatory term to note someone that cannot stay on a certain television More…

thisly

In a particular manner, often used in conjunction with thusly Apparent meaning: In that manner. The English pronouns this and that are useful when used together, because they can identify More…


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