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Scotti

(noun) biscotti =This term was made up by my 4 year old niece, and so it only exists within my family in a humorous manner. However, it has caught on, and I have often found myself calling More…

Scoundrelism

practice of being a scoundrel, or unscrupulous person ('his scoundrelism knew no bounds') =His science kept equal pace with his scoundrelism. Etymology : derivation of 'scoundrel' More…

screamo

A style of music similar to emo, but characterized by screaming rather than singing. This word was used to describe a new style of music that branched off of the emo style. In forming this More…

screamo

A subgenre of music similar to Emo music (overly emotional, melodramatic, often self-loathing lyrics with an alternative rock or punk rock sound) but characterized by louder acoustics and More…

Screamy

full of scream =I just hate screamy films. I can't stand the sharp voices Etymology : Derivation of an adjective from the noun 'scream' by adding adjective suffix ?y. There may also be More…

screenager

Apparent meaning: someone young but comfortable with screens. Reason used: Describing someone in a young age, but very comfortable with TV or computer screens around him/her. More…

Screenagers

teenagers who are fixated with electronics =“Screenagers is used as the title for a documentary about the obsession that modern teens have with electronics and the effects of the obsession More…

screencap

To take picture of screens of a television show or movie. In large fandoms that involve movies, television shows, or animation, fans often find it helpful to have screenshots from the More…

Screendump

(Compounding) The act of using the "Print Screen" option on the keyboard =The word developed because of internets restrictions on downloading certain media contents, for instance More…

screenshat

Past tense of screenshot (v.), to have captured what was on the screen at a given moment in the past =This word arguably sounds better than “screenshotted” as at that point, the word More…

screenspace

The space available for use on the virtual desktop of a computer, or the space provided by a display ="This monitor just isn't big enough. I need more screenspace." More…

Screw

An annual student event at Rice University which takes place in September where you set up your roommate on a blind date. One person contacts another to set up each of their roommates on a More…

Screwed

An affect used in rap/hip-hop in which a lyric is slowed down and then played back as a main part of the chorus. Sometimes also called "screwed and chopped." "Screwing" was first created More…

screwed

Music slowed to half its original speed =The style was developed in Houston, Texas by DJ Screw. DJ Screw began making mix-tapes of Houston rappers' slowed-down music in the early More…

screwhead

an aficionado of the “chopped and screwed” style of hip-hop music popularized by the independent Houston production label Swisha House. This is just an example trying to come up More…

screwmate

The blind date that one person chooses for their roommate in the annual “Screw-Your-Roommate” event at Rice University. =This term is used only in informal conversation among students at More…

Script

To produce an unbelievable result in the last minutes of a match in FIFA (a popular soccer video game). =FIFA, the most popular soccer video game, is constantly being speculated to have More…

Scriptment

Type of document written by screenwriter =Believed to have been made up by James Cameron, the term describes a document used to convey some of the plot and dialogue pof a movie or TV More…

Scroogled

(from "screwed" and "googled") to be screwed by Google with a particular emphasis about having user information taken/distributed for nefarious purposes =I feel a bit More…

scroogled

(blend) to get screwed by Google. The name of a campaign launched by Microsoft against Google which sells merchandise that has criticizing messages towards Google. ="Don't get More…


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