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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…

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…

slore

a mixture of the words slut and whore; a derogatory word used to describe a woman I am including this word because I thought that this word was only used by people in Houston, but then I More…

Slore

someone who is dressed or gives off the appearance of being sexually suggestive Slore is a cross between slut and whore; it has a negative connotation and denotation. It would be used to More…

slore #2

: a woman who is believed to be promiscuous =This term has a negative connotation and is often used as an insult. The word implies that the one accused of being a “slore” is dirty because More…

slore (1)

(blending) a promiscuous person =She is such a slore. Etymology : slut + whore =friend, October 2010

slore (3)

(Compounding) the combination of slut and whore. Represents a person’s, usually a girl’s, actions and what they wear. If a girl is sleeping around or walking in 6 inch heels, people will More…

slore [2]

Blend of slut and whore. An offensive term used to describe a person who will have sex with almost anybody. =Did you hear about what Sally did last night? She's such a slore! More…

slore2

(blending) A promiscuous female who enjoys having sexual interactions or sexual intercourse with many men at different times. =Since the words slut and whore have similar meanings, they More…

slortchy

(blending) something that is trashy looking (i.e. too short, too low cut, see through, etc) =That dress is so slortchy. Etymology : slut + whore + bitch =friend (who originally learned More…


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