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Behoozled

State of extremely high inebriation due to consumption of gross amounts of alcohol. Could involve passing out. (“Man I was totally behoozled last night”) Speaker needed to More…

Beige Elephant

(Noun) A gift exchange game similar to white elephant in the way the rules of play are set up. The difference is that instead of buying new gifts, the “gifts” used in the game are items More…

Beirut

a game involving cups, a ball, and drinking. Players take turns throwing a ball into the cups across a playing surface, and the opponent must drink what is in the cups in which the ball More…

Bejeebers

the senses, or wits Interpretation of intended meaning: wits. Presumed reason for coinage: to express surprise in funny, non-derogatory manner. Notes: the middle /jee/ syllable may be More…

Belfie

A picture that one takes of their own butt =12 of the best celebrity belfies Etymology : Blending of Butt + selfie =MTV

Belichickian

In a manner resembling that of Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots. Peter King wanted to characterize Bill Belichick as having a certain set of definable traits. One of More…

Belidge

When someone is very drunk. Usually used to mean that someone is becoming violent, but it can mean just really drunk. =Jeff was being really belidge at the party last night! Etymology : More…

belieber

(blending of 'believe' and the clipping of Bieber from Justin Bieber) obsessive fan of young U.S. pop artist, Justin Bieber =“I am a Belieber because I respect Justin Bieber” More…

bellidge

(ADJ) Belligerent. =Used as a quick way to say belligerent, usually while typing. Etymology : clipping of belligerent ="things got bellidge last night" text with friend (2011)

Bellig

(noun, advective) noun: a nation or person engaged in war or conflict adjective: hostile and aggressive =Stop being so bellig man. It's not like he stole your girlfriend; he was just More…

Belligcakes

(noun) A term of endearment for your friend that requires extra care and supervision when he or she is drunk. =“You coming out with us tonight belligcakes, or are you too hungover?” More…

bellige

(clipping) belligerent, especially in the context of being drunk =“Last year I did NOD security and saw my share of bellige people” Etymology : A clipping of belligerent; comes from Latin More…

Bellige

Being very loud and aggressive whilst intoxicated. =Somebody is considered bellige if they are intoxicated and being very raucous during any event in which others must console or contain More…

belligerent

a state of extreme intoxication characterized by aggressive behavior coupled with a complete lack of social regard or restraint, and therefore often resulting in confrontations, More…

Belligerently

(Widening) Extreme level of a certain state of being, usually used to describe an advanced level of intoxication as "belligerently drunk" =Widening of the word More…

belligged

the quality of being drunk or have consumed alcohol in large doses; the quality of being belligerently drunken Alcohol can have numerous effects on people with one possible effect being the More…

bellow

(accidental misspelling) Same definition as “billow” =The only time I have seen this word used is by the mentor of our senior design team. However, oddly enough, nobody else actually More…

Belter

A person associated with an asteroid belt for purposes of residence, employment, or political allegiance. Interpretation of intended meaning: A human or alien born in, living in, or working More…

benchfurnace

a stronger version of the word 'benchwarmer,' referring to somebody that sits on the bench for extended periods of time =Chad Ochocinco is just a benchfurnace on my team--he More…

BENEDICT

a newly married man who has long been a bachelor. Etymology : alter, of Benedick =based on the Shakespearean character from Much Ado About Nothing


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