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double click

This use applies the computer terminology to mean ‘take a closer look’ Computer terminology of clicking (pressing the button on a mouse device) twice to execute an action on the More…

Double Plus Good

Very good. Used first in George Orwell’s book ‘1984’. (“I wonder if people ever said things like double-plus-good in communist Russia”). The writer is trying More…

Double Rainbow

(Compounding) Intense joy, coupled with extreme emotional shifts =Used as a casual term around teenagers for expressing intense joy. It may be an alternate to sick, wicked etc. but is More…

Double ________

(compound) Used as an intensifier, and must be said in a dramatic fashion. In this use, double means not only that there are two of the object in question, but also that the mere fact that More…

double-glover

(metonymy) A term used by medical technicians to describe a situation in which it is necessary to wear two sets of protective gloves due to suspicion or knowledge of blood transmitted More…

Double-stakes

a situation in which a flag football team must cross two 20 yard markers to gain a first down =Double-stakes is the compound of double and stakes. Double comes from the fact that two More…

douche bag

An annoying or unpleasant person. The speaker was expressing his dissatisfaction with the actions of his roommate. =Joker is such a douche [bag]; he let his alarm go off three times this More…

douche, douche bag, douche nozzle, douchey

Compares the subject to a device used to clean the pubic regions of a woman after intercourse or compares to the act of cleaning itself. Type of Formation: zero derivation (with semantic More…

douche-canoe

(rhyming compound) Someone who is exceptionally irritating, by virtue of stupidity, arrogance, or an otherwise undesirable trait. ="He is an absolute douche-canoe for thinking he is so More…

Douchebag

A stupid person The original context is that of a bag and pipe device used to allow a stream of water (or in some cases, air) to enter the body; mostly commonly the device is used to More…

douchebag (9)

A pejorative term for an arrogant or obnoxious person ="She keeps hogging all my junk food. What a douchebag!" Etymology : Compound composed of the root douche (from French More…

Douchebaggery

Conduct characteristic of a DOUCHE BAG This word clearly means conduct or character that can be classified as that of a douche. The DOUCHEBAG root is derived from “douche bag,” More…

douchebaggery

The general characteristics of a douchebag , or a contemptible person. Typical characteristics of douchebags often include misogynism, dishonesty, and arrogance. =“I wouldn’t call that More…

DOUCHEBLOG

a blog with the purpose of cleansing America. Has the connotation of being an asshole while doing it. Apparent meaning: play on words of douchebag, used as the title of a blog Reason More…

Douchepotamus

Describing someone who has exhibited undesirable qualities. A loser. Apparent Meaning: Exhibiting undesirable qualities, used in an insulting manner. Sometimes contains an undertone of More…

Doucher

(noun) Someone who is inconsiderate, arrogant, and or inherently mean. Someone who displays the general qualities of a douche bag. =“Number four wouldn’t stop whining to the ref… he was More…

DOUCHERIFFIC

excessively like a douche, in the derogatory sense Apparent meaning: very much like a douche, i.e. an asshole Reason used: Needed a word to express how much of a douche this guy was More…

douchey

offensive description for a despicable action. This adjective derivation allows one to modify and better describe nouns. It can give a noun certain degrees of properties instead of just More…

dougie

an individual’s personal style, particularly when describing clothes or hair appearance. =Speaker wanted a unique way to describe his own style, to equate the word to his unique style. More…

Dougie

Refers to a dance originating from the rapper Doug E Fresh in the 80’s and 90’s in which he rubbed his hand across his head from front to back. The dance became known as “Dougie” with the More…


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