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Cray cray

something or someone crazy or silly =Cray is a clipping and respelling of the word crazy. It is doubled to add emphasis. The expression is not stigmatized as the words crazy or senseless; More…

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out of the ordinary, unbelievable, shocking; another way of saying ‘crazy’ =This term is a clipping of the adjective ‘crazy’, by the removal of ‘z’. It is used informally when something is More…

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Clipping of crazy. Used to mean crazy, wild, out there. =Wow, that's so cray! Etymology : Clipping of crazy "diseased, sickly," from craze + -y (2); craze from rasen, More…

Cray-cray

(Clipping + Compounding) Ridiculous, crazy, insane; very demanding or unbelievable. 'Cray-cray' underwent a few form changes. The word 'crazy' was first clipped to More…

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(+ repitition/ adj) crazy =Simply, the letter z is omitted from the original word crazy. The meaning is also just simply crazy. Etymology : repeating clipping words =11/25/11 In my More…

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(adjective) A humorous way of describing something that could normally be considered wild or crazy. This word is presumably an homage to the way in which preteen girls talk, using a lot of More…

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(clipping and metaphorical extension of the word crazy) really weird or outlandish =“You’re a cat! And you get to run around and destroy things, it’s cray!” =Used by a Rice Student More…

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(crazy) (also cray cray) crazy, extreme, out of the normal expectations, something that is unbelievable, someone who behaves out of normal standards or similar to one who is mentally More…

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crazy =adjective Etymology : from the word crazy =high school conversation

Crazy Dazie

(Rhyming Compound) describes a hyper, uncontrollable state of mind due to caffeine. =This is a rhyming compound put together with the words “Crazy”+”Dazie”. The definition itself is very More…

Cream Crackered

(rhyming) To be extremely tired or exhausted. =This word is predominately used in Britain. It is considered rhyming slang, which is very common in the cockney dialect from which this word More…

creamified

the quality of being in an abnormally fluid form; having a cream color when not normally merited This word is used to show a dislike for some food that is not in its normal state but has More…

Createdness

State of being created. =Adam and Eve denied their createdness and strove to become the Creator when they ate the fruit from the tree of knowledge. =sermon

Creative-cat

A person who thinks abstractly and is able to formulate unique ways to express words and actions. The word is used to distinguish someone and their unique abilities or characteristics. Each More…

Creature-feature

A movie that includes a monster or similar "scary" entity. This is a catchy word that fits well in attention-grabbing spaces, such as movies reviews in papers such as the Post. It seems More…

CREDOPHILE

One who holds beliefs simply for the sake of believing in something, rather than believing based on evidence or faith. ('No matter how crazy your idea is, you can find a credophile willing More…

CREDOPHILE

One who holds beliefs simply for the sake of believing in something, rather than believing based on evidence or faith. ('No matter how crazy your idea is, you can find a credophile willing More…

credz

giving someone credit for an action, to acknowledge that they were responsible for something This is typically used in informal written language, often when posting photos on social media More…

CREEP

A creature that players kill in an online game such as World of Warcraft in order to improve their characters. ('We need to kill just a few more creeps to level up.') It is hard to say why More…


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