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Purse-lipped

To be very quiet with some sense of disapproval. Come from the action of lips that are pursed, which means they are tightly shut. =“He breezed past other lawmakers and staff members in More…

Push

in tennis, to attempt to win points by hitting the ball softly and waiting for one’s opponent to make a mistake, instead of trying to hit winners by oneself. My friend wanted to More…

push

To drive, often a nice car. =I saw you pushin that Land Rover, on the way over here, I like. Etymology : It is most likely derived from the trend of driving with one hand on the steering More…

Pushfest

A tennis match in which both players attempt to win points by hitting the ball softly and waiting for their opponent to make a mistake, instead of trying to hit winners themselves. I am not More…

Pussy

(semantic shift) A male who is deemed cowardly and womanly. Originally a vulgar slam term referring to female genetalia (perhaps itself a metaphor stemming from the term pussy referring to More…

Pussy out

(uncertain) To quit something; to give up. =The adposition “out” correlates with the meaning “to end, to quit” - so we have a metaphor from the spatial deixis “out of some space” to the More…

pussy-bird

a cowardly individual, mostly male. Used to provoke an individual into committing a crime =You’re a pussy-bird, even my little sister is more manly than you. Go on rob the store More…

pussy-grabbing

Grabbing a woman by the vagina as an uninvited sexual advance. “Even as a girl, I knew that I was uncommonly lucky, which is what encouraged me, when I was eleven, to write off More…

Pussyfooting

(Verb) When someone is at a sports practice and not practicing seriously. Joking around or not practicing their hardest. =This probably comes from the term pussy meaning someone who is a More…

Put on my face

Put on make-up. =This term is commonly used by girls who like to do make-up. Girls who wear a good amount of make-up will refer to their make-up as their face. This is a phrase following More…

put on the glasses

(epoynm verb) To see the world for what it is. Especially, to see hidden and generally nefarious hidden facets of reality. ="You have to put on the glasses before you can really More…

puter

A computer A certain impatient family member wanted to use the computer, but because his mouth was full of food while he was speaking, puter was all I heard. I don’t think this word More…

putz

(slang) a stupid person; fool =What a putz! Etymology : from a Yiddish word =my mom, November 19, 2010

Putzin

(a Borrowed Word that is used in Slang, also derivation leading to clipping (Putz -> Putzing -> Putzin)) VERB. Goofing around, acting silly. =Generally used when one is not on track More…

puzzer

(blending and clipping of "puzzle" and "buzzer"; A puzzle that is timed, usually for competition) A puzzle or problem that has a set time in which it must be solved in More…

pwn

To own (see OWN), to be superior in some area or better at something than someone else, especially used for video games. As with the word own, the writer was looking for a way to say that More…

pwn

to be defeated or outwitted in an embarrassing manner. formed of a common type of own-internet gaming slang for thorough defeat =Dude, he totally pwned you, how embarrassing. Etymology : More…

Pwn

The act of totally dominating another person in some form of activity, most commonly in video games. =Pronounced like own, but with a p instead of an o. Origin of the word lies within this More…

Pwn (1)

(creative respelling and semantic change via metaphor) To defeat someone very badly, usually used in reference to a computer game. =I first heard this word two years ago when my friend told More…

Pwn (2)

(corruption) to own, best somebody at a certain task. The "o" most likely got changed to "p" due to prevalent typos. Since "o" is right next to the More…


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