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twelve-stepper

(Eponymy) An alcoholic who is currently or has previously participated in Alcoholics Anonymous, especially the twelve step program. ="My uncle used to drink a lot, but now he's a More…

TWENTY-FOUR-SEVEN, also in print: 24/7

1. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. 2. All the time or constantly. apparent meaning: This phrase literally means twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. It has a connotation More…

Twentysomething

a person in his or her twenties. Etymology : Compounding of the word 'twenty' and 'something'. By extension, people who are in their thirties can be called 'thirtysomethings' and so on. More…

twerk

(novel creation) A sexually suggestive dance the requires shaking one’s buttcheeks. Often considered a form of peacocking by letting others know that person is sexual promiscuous. =Ex. “Did More…

Twerk

A popular dance move that has strong emphasis on shaking ones buttocks in a sexual manner. =It has a strong pervasion in poor African American dance and hip-hop culture but is being More…

TWerk

A specific flirty kind of shaking one's hips with one's butt sticking out (used on girls only) =it used to mean a specific way of shaking hips. Now it kind of widen to a refer to More…

twerking

(Unknown/unclear word formation) A form of dance involving the gyration of the rear aspect of one's body in a repetitive, oscillating, often highly sexualized motion. Twerking is a More…

twerkshop

an event where people learn how to twerk =There was a twerkshop during O-Week so we could all learn some new dance moves. Etymology : blending of "twerk" and More…

Twetiquette

Twitter étiquette. Rules and manners that should be kept when using the social networking website Twitter. =Lots of people you meet on Twitter aren't your best friends, so good More…

Twi-hard

(blending) a commonly used term for devout fans of Stephanie Meyers Twilight series, a thriller/romance about vampires. =The noun Twi-Hard is an eponymous blend, stemming from the word More…

twiddle

(novel creation) Another word to mean the tilde symbol (~) =In writing, the tilde is used as a symbol to guide the pronunciation of a word, particular in Spanish. (ex. mañana). However, More…

Twiddle 2

(Novel Creation; Adjective) marks a variable as to being near the final step of its goal state; a variable that is very similar to another variable which is not described by this adjective More…

Twidiots

(of Twitter and idiots) Used to refer to the people who are constantly on Twitter, tweeting about pointless or meaningless things. =Originated to refer to people on Twitter who made More…

Twig

A hockey stick Clearly, it means a hockey stick (slang). It is somewhat common to be used among players and fans, but has never been chronicled in the dictionary. Sticks are commonly More…

Twig (1)

(v.) To freak out; to jump or scream in surprise. To 'tweak' ="I twigged when that dog suddenly barked at us." Etymology : Probably derives from "tweak", More…

Twihard

(blending) Someone obsessed with the "Twilight" book series by Stephanie Meyer. It is a blend of the words "Twilight" and "die-hard". Twihards are more obsessed More…

Twihard (1)

Person who follows all news about the Twilight series, usually excessively in the eyes of others. =Jenny was such a Twihard that she wore a T-shirt with Team Jacob on it every other day. More…

twin telepathy

A term used to describe the ability of twins to predict what the other will say next. Not necessarily mind-reading, but an uncanny ability that twins have. Sometimes will result in twins More…

twincest

(noun) An actual fetish that involves twins, and by extension, incest. =-"You ready to see Harry Potter tonight?" -"Nope. I accidentally stumbled on some Fred and George More…

twink

To wear better equipment than players of same level wearing normal equipment but still losing to them in battle. The word “twink” originated in the MMORPG, or Massive More…


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