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hardcore

Extreme, incredibly intense The speaker compares the intense nature of hardcore music to the intensity of classes at Rice. Hardcore music is frightening and sometimes painful to listen to. More…

hardcore

very serious or intense about the subject =Elizabeth is hardcore about gymnastics and her studies. =aquaintance

Harder

to describe someone or something to be better, more appealing, etc. than something/someone else ="Harder" goes off of the slang term "to go hard" which is usually to More…

harf

(Verb) Harf, as the sound suggests means – to be completely exhausted. So exhausted, that the person gets nauseous. =After playing squash and racquetball he was so harfed out that he could More…

Harry Potter

going to watch the Harry Potter movie Clearly, in this case, the objective of the zero derivation was to shorten the phrase in such a way that the original meaning was not obscured. =Or More…

Hasbian

A former lesbian who is now in a heterosexual relationship This word appears to be a metaphor for the phrase has-been, a person who was once important or popular but is now largely More…

hasbian

A person who was once a lesbian but who is now in a heterosexual relationship. Used by a friend to describe a TV star, as a pun on the word ‘has-been’. =Used by a friend to More…

Hash-tag

Used to preface a phrase someone would have used as a tweet =In relation to the # on twitter, it is used to preface a phrase someone would have placed as a tweet, but instead are saying it More…

Hash-tag--

Used like a prefix before an emotion to convey how stereotypical the situation is. Hashtag is a term that originally referred to the pound sign (#). It has been repurposed as a tag tracker More…

Hashtag

A ‘#’ sign placed in front of a word or phrase on the website twitter in order to search for common tweets. =The word ‘hashtag’ is, like many neologisms, a product of the technological More…

hashtag

Keywords prefixed with the hashmark symbol on social media sites for the purpose of categorizing and making quick searches for topics easier. Originally used on Twitter, and popular More…

hashtag war

This is a term for an argument between people through a series of tweets. These types of arguments are obviously very public. =We Declare a #HASHTAG WAR! Etymology : This term is a More…

hasu

someone who is bad or not good at something (i.e. sports, game, etc) Opposite of gosu ="He is hasu. He is not good enough to play in this league." Etymology : Hasu comes from More…

hater hater

("hater" + "hater") One who is offended by haters and becomes himself a hater of haters as a result. =Like many other compounds, the word "hater hater" is a More…

hater-ade

for a state of being a hater, usually used to get someone to stop hating My friend was slightly upset that we were teasing her about her boyfriend, and so she told us to stop More…

Haterade

a metaphorical drink that if consumed can cause someone to become a hater. Apparent meaning: being a hater Type of word formation: Blend: Hater and Gatorade Reason used: someone was More…

haterade

An imaginary drink that is used as a figure of speech. Haterade allows people to hate others long after it is appropriate. =He was sipping on hateraid after he showered in it. He was More…

haterade (1)

(clipping and blending) metaphorical drink of negativity and hatred =This term is usually used to explain why someone has been so negative. Hate is seen as a drink and is compared to More…

Hateration

the state of hatering which is the act of being a hater. A hater is someone who hates another usually with the understanding the hater hates someone for unjustified reasons It was used to More…

hateration

A state of malice and ill will characterized by jealousy toward one’s peers Noun form of verb hate, first appeared around 2001 as an attempt to intellectualize an already short, More…


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