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Well-disposedness

Characteristics of being generally well-disposed; attitude of being well-disposed The meaning here is rather obvious (even taken out of context) – characterized by the state of being More…

Weller

More well, better than well. Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: Better than, more well. The word is formed by analogy, taking the root “well” and the More…

Weller

More well Apparent meaning, etymology, and type of word formation: Better than, more well. The word is formed by analogy, taking the root “well” meaning ‘in satisfactory More…

Welp

Welp is an interjection, usually used at the beginning of a sentence, to denote when someone is unsure what to do, usually in regards to advising someone else. It’s an easy way to say More…

Wenis

The flap of skin under your elbow, it feels no pain when pinched. =It is used and referred to mainly to elicit laughs because of its similarity to the word “penis.” Etymology : Possibly More…

werd

An affirmative or consenting reply. The speaker wanted to use a new term to say "yes" =When asked a question, a friend answered "werd" meaning a positive response. Etymology : novel More…

Weregay

Homosexual only under the light of the full moon =This is a made-up sexual orientation coined for a sketch comedy skit about a boy coming out to his disapproving parents. They make a More…

West Coast Offense

A type of football offense that requires short, quick passes. =The term is used when discussing various levels of football. It is used to describe a type of offensive attack that requires More…

wet

urban slang meaning to murder or assassinate someone Possibly a metonymic shift related to the wetness of blood being spilled – to be “wet” is to be dying. The adjective More…

Wet

(adjective; analogy) Cool. =This term is used primarily among men instead of the common slang term 'cool.' It was formed in analogy to 'orgasmic' used to refer to More…

wet(1)

used to guarantee that a shot will go in by describing as so =used in basketball. The way the net splashes when a shot goes in resembles water Etymology : from the word “wet” =“That’s More…

wethead

someone who is perpetually hungover or who gets extraordinarily intense hangovers Example of metonomy, head from the literal meaning to a figurative meaning of one's characteristic (wet More…

wethinks

to seem to us, to be of the opinion of =This term is likely to be used in an informal setting as on Buzzfeed. It can be used as a humorous way to say we think. The term is likely based on More…

wetvac

to use a specially designed vacuum cleaner to vacuum liquids =I've wetvaced the interior and dried it out but my drivers side seat switch and window switches are not working as well More…


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