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underverse

A place gone after death; hell. In the context of this movie this term seems to be synonymous with hell. These people came to convert all established religions and replace with a common dark More…

undruggable

Pertaining to proteins or molecules for which it is impossible to devlop drugs to fight against them. =Professor David Tuveson, lead author of the study, said: "The K-Ras gene has More…

unexodus

A mass movement of people returning to a place previously evacuated from. The prefix “un” is generally applied to adjectives, but it is here added to the noun More…

Unforeseenery

any happening that could unexpectedly occur, possibly spoiling plans. combination of the root ‘unforeseen’ and the suffix ‘ery’ =The first time we will use the room More…

unfortunatism

An unlucky or ill-omened occurrence. Coined as noun equivalent for "unfortunate." It has been suggested that the word should more properly refer to an unfortunate utterance, by analogy to More…

Unfriend

(affixation) To end one's friendship with another =Likely to be used in a younger context to indicate changes in a younger person's complex social dynamic. Often used in a More…

Ungood

(Affixation) Bad; in an unfavorable situation Ungood is generally used as an understatement, and generally with some hesitation when spoken outloud to highlight the understatement. =This More…

unhappening

(gerund) The opposite of happening. A word used to describe plans that have fallen through. =If someone were to ask you "hey! what's happening?" you could respond with More…

unibrow

Eyebrows which are connected, thus giving the appearance of a single eyebrow. In the movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, one character was named ‘Unibrow’ for obvious More…

Unibrow

Eyebrows that are connected by a continuous hairline. Apparent meaning: eyebrows that are connected by hair above the nose, so that there is no break in the hairline from one brow to the More…

Unicorn

A single piece of corn. A play on the word used as a joke. =He left a unicorn on his plate. Etymology : A humorous blend of Latin un [1] “one” and English corn. Appears to be a zero More…

unicorny

(metonymy - associating unicorns with imaginary objects) an adjective to describe a feature that is so far from being implemented that it might as well be imaginary ="we are going to More…

Uninstalled

Fired This word is a great euphemism for being fired. It is a great example of a metaphor because it relates to software being uninstalled. Also, one can see that it’s an example of More…

Uniquity

Uniqueness; the quality of being unique, original, or one-of-a-kind =The noun-making form is the only aspect changing. An association of antique -> antiquity was made accidentally. More…

Unit

An animal or person that is extremely massive in size compared to others of its species. =To distinguish beings of extreme size, they are called “units” or “absolute units” to show this More…

Unitonal

Words delivered orally in one tone, which begins to grate on the listener, quickly becoming boring. apparent meaning: monotone and extremely boring. This word is a variation of monotone. More…

Units

Alternate word meaning parents. The word actually is a clipping of the phrase “parental units,” which is used to describe parents. =I can’t go out tonight because my More…

unlegit

the state of being perceived to be illegitimate; in colloquial usage, something that is not cool =That was totally unlegit. Etymology : 'un' (not) + 'legit' (clipping More…

unliterate

Someone who does not bother to take the time to read; To not read even if you have the ability too. President Bush is notorious for a statement saying he rarely read newspapers. His More…

unmoussify

to melt melting didn’t seem to properly describe what was happening; a specific description for melting mousse; friend describing dessert at a restaurant =It's unmoussifying. More…


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