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blinged

decorated in a very fancy, expensive fashion To make the phone sound hip and expensive, from the hip-hop term "bling" meaning jewelry or expensive accesories ="Win this blinged out cell More…

blingin'

decorated with gaudy, reflective jewelry that are usually gold and/or contain large precious stones This is a visual onomatopoeia. The bling sounds like the “sound” produced More…

blinging

Dazzling Intended Meaning: awesome, dazzling, especially in a display of wealth or power Analysis: bling -ing awesome stuff V Possible Reason Used: Bling has become a More…

blink bling

This is a term used to refer to eyelash extensions. The word Blink Bling is an example of a rhyming compound formed from the word Bling Bling, which is also a word that has recently come More…

Blinkage

the occurrence of someone blinking in a photograph. =Blinkage is checked for after the photo has been taken, though it can be detected beforehand. Has also been used to refer to a rapid More…

blitz

E-mail as a verb. It seems to usually imply doing so on a regular and frequent basis At Dartmouth University, e-mailing is the main method of communication amongst students. They keep More…

Blitzed

(Broadening) a slang term for drunk; impairment of mental and physical abilities due to alcohol consumption =Jim had one too many drinks, and now he is blitzed. Etymology : Broadening of More…

blitzstory

The history of military conflict. It was used as a clever, concise term for the history of war. Etymology : blitzstory. Clipping/Blend of blitz 'offensive military action' and history More…

Blobbily

shaped like a blob, a roughly formed sphere-like object. Apparent Meaning: shaped like a blob, dome-like but less predictable in shape. Type of Word Formation: known stem with alternate More…

Blobular

state of being oversized and without shape. apparent meaning: fabulously huge and without shape or form reason used: The sound of the word itself seems to be without form when spoken due to More…

Blog

a documented record of occurrences, experiences, or observations written and accessible on the Internet. Initially, the words web and log were combined and weblog was coined December 17, More…

blog

a diary posted on the internet A blog is a chronological list of thoughts that a blogger chooses to post on the internet. In the computer administration and programming fields, a log is a More…

blog

1. an online journal, generally not cohesive in structure 2. to add an entry or entries to a blog My mom mentioned that she loved reading blogs. She said they were "online journals." More…

blog

A log, an online journal entry. Blog was formed with the compounding of web and log into one word, weblog, and then the clipping of the ‘we’]. =I'm sure I don't read as many More…

blog

part of a website where one can write one’s thoughts, either as a kind of journal or as a means of sharing information with friends or the world at large A term quickly spread by More…

blog

A journal or diary recorded on a website =I haven't updated my blog in a month! =online

Blog

Internet web-log or interactive journal that a writer creates and then people can read along each week and post their responses to the author of the web-log. It is like an interactive More…

blog

A web log which stores usually focused writings by a group or an individual. On the Internet, people keep web pages that they often update with new information. They end up being similar More…

blog

an online journal or diary where people can say whatever they feel like My suitemate was commenting on how he had not updated his journal that is posted on the internet. 'Blog' is a More…

blog

the abbreviation of weblog (web + log). Blog is the second phonetic syllable of weblog, and it's usually the second syllable and whatever follows that gets used in an abbreviation. More…


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