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Horny

Sexually Excited, lecherous. As early as the mid-18th century, an erection was known as a horn or the horn, simply because it looked a bit like one. James Joyce even used the term in his More…

Horrocious

Something that is so terrible or contemptible that it extends beyond the definition of atrocious or horrendous. This word was used by a person who had a hard time putting into words his More…

Hoss

bad-ass, cool and living on the edge, not to be messed with. Type of Word Formation: “Hoss” is originally from “horse”, but a metonymic shift occurred and the More…

Hoss

Badass. Cool, respected by peers. Got bored of saying other versions of cool like tight, hot, etc. =My boss is a hoss. Etymology : Metaphor for tough animal from way back. =Said by More…

Hoss (1)

Cool, suave, tough, skilled, strong person; essentially a bad-ass. Has a very positive connotation, often used to descrbe someone respected by many. =My roommate is such a hoss. More…

Hot

Beautiful, impressive, or exciting. Hot is a metaphor for a direct object that is very exciting, beautiful, or impressive. Much like fire is very excited, beautiful, or impressive. One More…

Hot

Having appeal or being pleasant in a visual manner The neologism hot has gained a new meaning over the past months or year. Although it had already transformed its meaning from temperature More…

hot

Amazing, awesome 'That’s hot' is basically another way of saying that’s awesome, amazing, etc. In this case, we heard about a really fun party at Sid and that everybody gets More…

hot

This is an adjective used to describe someone or something that is extremely attractive It can be used to describe basically anything (your jeans, your car, your t-shirt, your boyfriend or More…

hot

This is an adjective used to describe someone or something that is extremely attractive. It can be used to describe basically anything (your jeans, your car, your t-shirt, your boyfriend or More…

hot

This has a new meaning that can describe someone who is upset or angry. In this context, hot doesn’t literally mean physically hot. It doesn’t mean attractive either, as we More…

Hot dogesque

Hot dogesque is a descriptive term used when something is very reminiscent of a hot dog. It would be used when an object resembles a hot dog in any way, shape, or form. It is a succinct More…

Hot Mess

A state of appearance characterized by disheveled-ness or disarray and associated with having just woken up. This euphemizes the general state of bad appearance usually associated with More…

Hot mess (1)

someone in a state of extremely disarray but maintains a great degree of attractiveness. The compound comes from "mess" meaning disarray and disordering and "hot", More…

hot mess (2)

(compounding) A person who does not care or notice how they look. They are charismatic so the fact that they do not look well put together does not matter and they are still found More…

Hot spot

location with wireless internet access available apparent meaning:location with wireless internet access available rhyming compound of 'hot' + 'spot' =Visit mcdwireless.com to find a More…

hot(2)

(metaphorical extension) angry, mad =That makes me hot. Etymology : from O.H.G. hei 'heat' =student, Dec. 2008

HOT-SEATING

To use the same boat but switch out rowers for consecutive races, as in races that occur immediately after another. =We're hot-seating the next race. Etymology : Rowers' jargon More…

hot-spotting

(derivation) The process of reducing costs of medical care by focusing health prevention and care coordination resources on the costliest, heaviest-utilizing patients in the healthcare More…

hotbox

To smoke marijuana in a small enclosed space so that the smoke builds up and even those who weren’t taking hits get high of the second-hand smoke. ‘Hot’ implies the More…


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