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Thizz

(novel creation; the distinct "zz" sound at the end) A slang term for the designer drug ecstasy (MDMA). =Thizz is short for thizzle. It was first introduced in the song More…

Thong

(semantic change via metaphor) A type of hammock or sling that is attached to the inside of a tent so that one can keep equipment suspend above him/her while he/she sleeps. =I first used More…

thot

Acronym for that hoe over there. In modern society, individuals are constantly in a rush to express their opinions or thoughts. As a result, they often create acronyms. For the acronym More…

Thot

(noun) Another way of describing a female as a hoe. (Pl. Thotties) =A "thot" is a term used to describe a girl as a hoe. It is also an acronym for "That Hoe Over There". More…

thot (

(acronym) gender neutral term that describes someone who acts in promiscuous ways that are not socially acceptable =This word came to life in the 2012s from Chicago’s rap music. It is More…

Thot (2)

That hoe over there; a woman who appears sexy or makes herself look available to men. =You would call a woman a thot when it is clear she is type of person who is actively trying to appear More…

thot(1)

(initialism) A promiscuous or unfaithful woman =From “that hoe over there” which conveys the insult of the word “hoe” but also carries a dismissive connotation by referring to a specific More…

Thread

A single topic and any reply posts in an online forum. =We already have several threads about the download problem. Learn to use the forum search feature. Etymology : Metaphoric use of More…

three-quarter-heartedly

one-fourth more than half-heartedly; more than half way but not quite all the way. eg. Between full and half-full. =I say that three-quarter-heartedly because I'm not positive but I'm More…

three-seashells

(eponym noun) Can be used to substitute for toilet paper. Usually used in an ironic or in-group sense to show solidarity with others that have watched the movie Demolition Man or are fans of More…

thrifting

To peruse thrift shops as an alternative to shopping in a mall. “Thrifting” is a word that came about during the start of the thrift shop craze, when people of average and above average More…

thrip

to snap fingers Our English language is full of words that are derived from the sound of what they describe. This is, by far, the strangest one I have heard. I had never thought of the More…

throat-spicy

(adjective) Describes the spiciness of foods with a liquid component. =My roommate and her boyfriend use this term to describe the types of spicy foods she prefers eating and finds the most More…

throbbin' the dolphin

(verb) Rhyming slang for the act of masturbation. Usually used facetiously due to the taboo nature of the phrase and the comical contrast between strangling a dolphin and masturbating with More…

Throw-awayable

describing something that can be discarded, thrown out, or disposed of It was an informal setting so using a learned word like disposable just would have seemed out of place; therefore, a More…

throw-down

A good party. =There's going to be a throw-down tomorrow night. Etymology : A throw-down is an analogy that might have come from the phrase “to throw down the gauntlet.” One meaning More…

throwback

An article of clothing from a past time period that is still considered fashionable in modern times. Apparent Meaning: An article of clothing that is old or discontinued, yet stylish. In More…

throwback

An object eliciting nostalgic feelings. Or an object that is related to something ‘old-school’; from a previous segment in time. It is a compound word of throw and back using More…

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday is the name of a weekly post theme that social media users participate in as part of a "throwback" activity for posting content. On Thursdays, people usually More…

Throwd

Definition: Throwd, Thoed, Thowed; (1) stylish, cool, great, good; (2) Intoxicated, “smashed”, “messed-up” from drugs or alcohol; (3) looking bad or out of style More…


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