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splase

to eliminate an opponent with a laser-based weapon, usually in the context of video games ="Would you kindly splase that guy up on the ridge?" Etymology : Originally a weapon in More…

Splash

(new meaning) To make a three point shot in basketball. When a basketball goes through the net, especially when it does not hit the rim, it make a clear and loud watery sound. The basketball More…

Splendivorous

Wonderful, beyond imagination. Usually pertaining to food. See ‘splendiferous’. Apparent meaning: more than splendid, increadible; spoof on splendiferous; splendid + More…

Splendorific

Amazing, awesome This is one that I heard my girlfriends little sister say. She was talking about going to a restaurant called the melting pot. My girlfriend and I were talking about More…

splix

an alcoholic drink served in a divided glass and served with a forked straw which mixes the two liquids in the drinker’s mouth. Etymology : From the English split 'something More…

splog

an online diary or personal Internet webpage that is full of nonsensical gibberish and advertisements. Splogs are prolific and annoyances comparable to pop-up advertisements to Internet More…

splogger

Internet spam propogated through blogs and blogrings An obvious blend for a less obvious meaning. Although it is not suprising that spammers have made their way onto the latest and More…

sploit

(slang shortening noun) Videogame term. The utilization of an unintentional design flaw to succeed in the system. It is similar to a bug, but it is usually used in a positive sense to More…

splooger

a funnel shaped liquid dispenser A splooger is a funnel shaped device that releases the contained liquid when a button is depressed. In this case, the splooger is used to pour pancake More…

splots

slang term for the residual effect of staring at a light for a long time. blending and clipping from ‘splash’ and ‘dots’ =Have you ever stared at a light for a long More…

Spoco

he abbreviated name for Spontaneous Combustion, the improv comedy troupe at Rice University. apparent meaning: abbreviated name for, Spontaneous Combustion, the improv troupe at Rice More…

spondificacious

describing the spontaneous change of the computer display The best way to describe R.’s computer is to combine words such as spontaneous, beautiful, stunning, and such words. =My More…

Spondificating

Openly contemplate philosophical and moral issues, such as the meaning of life. My fried was being creative and probably could not think of a word to describe this specific interest of his. More…

Spooktacular

Spectacular or amazing, while alluding to Halloween =Was used by Southwest Airlines to describe its 'spectacular' low prices during the week of Halloween. The term is used by More…

spoon

to temporarily evict one’s roommate(s) for the purpose of obtaining privacy for a sexual encounter Allegedly an acronym devised by students at the College of William and Mary for Seek More…

spoon

to cuddle or snuggle while both individuals face the same direction apparent meaning: bother or molest. This word has become rather trendy lately and is often used as a substitute for the More…

spoonie

Person with a chronic physical or mental illness that impacts their ability to live their life comfortably. Used commonly in social media, particularly Tumblr. =On bad days, it can be More…

spooning

the action of two people cuddling together, where both people lay on their sides facing the same way, just as spoons fit together Spooning is a visual term; when two people are spooning, More…

spooning

A usually not sexual act involving sleeping with a member of the opposite sex. Spooning is a word that has recently exploded in popularity that describes an act that is anything but new. More…

Spoopy

The word spoopy is meant to describe something that is supposed to be scary but is cute and non-frightening instead. It is usually used to denote cute Halloween decorations and costumes. It More…


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