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sloshed

(zero derivation) Sloshed, adj. Under the influence of alcohol, being excessively intoxicated. Someone who has drank a large amount of alcohol and the liquids are now sloshing around in their More…

Sloshed

(adjective) To be very drunk, wasted. =This term is used to refer to a state of extreme inebriation. This word came into use through metaphoric change of the word slosh. It comes from the More…

Slout

To attempt to speak in a loud and unintelligible way. This word combines two words for different actions into a single word to indicate the actions are happening simultaneously. The word More…

Slow-Speed Chaser

A celebratory drink after court is adjourned. =Lingo used by journalists covering the O.J. Simpson Civil Trial. Found in Newsweek.

slowbie

A person with slow reaction time and or procrastinator, especially in computer games ('stop being a slowbie, you newbie!' My suitemate was in a technological lingo mode when I was talking More…

slozzled

The state of intoxication The reason the person probably used this word is because he wanted to invent a new word for drunk and this was the first one that came to mind. =Man, I am More…

Slugbuginate

to earn a point in the slug bug game and slug the losing individual. Trying to be as specific as possible using slang. =You totally slugbuginated me. Etymology : slugbuginate. slugbug More…

sluggage

Extent or degree of a baseball player’s ability to hit a baseball with great power, usually resulting in a homerun. ("Babe Ruth was noted for his sluggage. He was always hitting More…

slumbitch

A person who behaves like a bitch in an extreme fashion. Literally, this means a bitch from a slum. But taking its connotation into account, it seems to be a universal way of describing a More…

Slumpbuster

someone that sacrifices sexual favors in order to help get an athlete out of a slump. Apparent meaning: someone that helps an athlete get out of a slump Type of word formation: Compound More…

Slungry

Feeling a combination of sleepy and hungry. =The word ‘slungry’ is used to describe the state where a person feels a generally equal amount of both sleepy and hungry. Etymology : More…

slurm

A noun, denoting a type of futuristic drink used in place of recognizable name brands This word was probably made up completely off the top of their heads by the writers of the hit More…

Slurority

a sorority notorious for its members' promiscuous behavior The speaker wanted to emphasize that the sorority was known for the promiscuity of its members. =Yea, Sarah joined this really More…

Slush

(none) Someone who normally has way to much to drink. They are also considered to be very promiscuous. =Used when describing people in who have had far to much to drink and are sleeping More…

Slut drop

a form of dancing where the dancer quickly bends at the knees, bringing their butt to the floor and then rising back up with a body roll and their butt sliding up their partners legs More…

slut-mutt3

(rhyming compound) A girl who has many sexual partners and is also of mixed racial background. =Derived from the words "slut" and "mutt," where "slut" refers More…

Slut-shaming

(compounding) The act of disgracing a woman for sexual promiscuity =In the recent feminist movement, much emphasis has been placed on the sexism toward females by other females. More…

Slut-Shaming (2)

: The action of shaming a person or group for what you deem slutty, or overly sexual. =Slut-shaming is self-explanatory. A slut is someone who is over sexual. Shamming involves trying to More…

Slutshame

the act of degrading females for their sexuality promiscuity. =In recent times, the term has come into usage as a term that fights the stigma attached to female sexual promiscuity. More…

slutsident

(blending) a noun used to describe a lascivious female. often used to refer to the sluttiest girls one knows. =The word slutsident is a blending of the words slut and president.The word More…


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