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A fruity cake-like dessert with a crushed biscuit and coconut base, covered in icing. This seems to be another example of the Australians’ ability to clip most words in their language. More…

Slime

(noun) Slime’ is another word for friend. If you are hanging out with your friends you might say that you are with “your slimes”. Some sources say that ‘slime’ is an acronym for ‘Street Life More…

Slimyboogeroldcatvomitketchupness

Properties of, of the disposition of, characteristics of something more grotesque than a combination of slimy boogers, old cat vomit and ketchup. It means, possibly, to be characterized by More…

sling

(with semantic change) distribute methamphetamine as a single drug dealer in the certain neighborhood =Sling used to mean hurl or throw. The drug dealer choose this word to use probably for More…

slip-flops

flip-flops or sandals that are dangerously slipping on wet surfaces caused either by inclement weather or standing water reason used: to express just how often slippery sandals occur by More…

slizzard

(tmesis) A state of alcoholic intoxication =“When we drink we do it right, gettin’ slizzard” Etymology : The “izz” part of this word is very reminiscent of the suffix “-izz(le)” More…

Slizzard

(Blending) Very drunk or intoxicated. This word formation came about in an unusual way. The word comes at the end of a line of lyrics in a hip hop song, so it needed to rhyme with the word More…

Slizzard (2)

Means getting intoxicated to a very high point from alcohol. It seems commonly accepted that this word comes from the rural South. =This word is a blend of “slutty” and “lizard” to from More…

slizzard (5)

(slang derivation; rhyming) The state of being drunk, intoxicated. It is used in informal contexts among college students and partiers in reference to getting drunk. It was first heard in More…

Slizzard (6)

(rhyming slang) heavily drunk with alcohol. Not so certain how this word started to be used and how it was formed in the first place but some online references say that it is a dirty-south More…

Slizzard (9)

(adjective; blending) Being very drunk or intoxicated. =This term was created in a pop song and was probably formed by combining "blizzard" with the term "slurred" to More…

slizzard(1)

(Noun) One who has consumed alcohol and is either tipsy or fully intoxicated and showing signs of the alcohol. =After 5 drinks he really became a slizzard Etymology : Derived from slutty More…

slizzard(3)

The state of being heavily intoxicated. =The origins of this term are somewhat vague. It is most commonly used in the South but has significantly disseminated as of late. Etymology : More…

Slizzard(4)

(adjective) A term used to describe a state of being extremely drunk. Originally used in the song “Like a G6” by Far East Movement, it was likely the word was formed to make a rhyme for More…

slizzard(8)

(adjective) In a state of drunkenness; inebriation. It is usually follows some form of the word “get” (getting slizzard). This term gained popularity with the rise of the song “Like a G6” by More…

slizzard9

(none, adjective) to be severely intoxicated, usually referred to of girls =This term was coined by Far East Movement. Presumably it arose from taking the word "slurred," like the More…

Slizzed

A state of high intoxication caused by alcohol. Etymology : Derived from the word “slurred”, with the common urban tmesis “izz” being inserted into the middle. =“Like a G6”. Far East More…

Slizzered

adjective,Derived from sloppy drunk and slurring speech, the izzered part can be attributed to the new way of speaking that was developed by snoop dog and the dog pound gang. =used to More…

Slofie

A slow motion selfie taken on Apple’s iPhone 11. =This term was introduced by Apple during the iPhone 11 launch event on September 10th, 2019 to describe the phone’s new feature of More…

Slore

An individual, typically female, who is sexually promiscuous. By blending the two words, the word ‘slore’ has an intensified meaning, thus providing a stronger criticism of More…


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