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spoopy (1)

(Reduplication) spooky or mildly unsettling, often ironic =The term is used in place of spooky to mean something that is a little unsettling. It is often used ironically. The addition of a More…

sporcle

(eponymy) To visit and play intellectual online games on www.spockle.com. =With the prevalent usage of the internet, utilizing very popular and commonly used websites have made it necessary More…

Sporcling

(Word Formation type: Suffixation and Novel Creation) The act of going to the website www.sporcle.com and taking their online trivia quizzes. =Sporcling is a verb that developed from the More…

sporf

An eating utensil that is a combination of a spoon, a fork, and a knife. An eating utensil that is a combination of a spoon, a fork, and a knife. The inseparability of the three blended More…

spork

spoonlike utensil with small prongs on its end most commonly found in a plastic version at fast food restaurants most likely used to describe the dual function utensil that combines the More…

spork

a piece of silverware, usually plastic, was the capacity of being used as both a fork and a spoon context: Originally used during lunch in high school to describe the plastic silverware we More…

Spork

A utensil with both bowl and tines, a combination of spoon and fork. undefined =I hate these stupid plastic sporks. =Conversation

spork

1. To lie in the “spooning” position and perhaps do more than just spoon, like kiss or hug or hump My friend invented this term much like the new plastic utensil, the spork, had More…

Spork (1)

The utensil used either as a fork or spoon. =The term is commonly used when camping. Sporks are a very common during camping because it is a two-in-one deal and is more efficient. Sporks More…

sporking

This word basically has the same meaning as spooning; cuddling. Doesn't seem like it's a word that is used seriously. It used mainly to be funny. Sporking seems to be a blend and clipping More…

sporn

sexually suggestive user generated feature in a computer game not otherwise intended to be so =developed to take advantge of common sounds between Spore, a game in which this phenomenon More…

spose

to suppose In typed form, this clipped form is quicker to spell. Also, when the word suppose is spoken in an informal setting, it tends to be said as one syllable (spose) instead of two More…

Spot-tease

Any parking spot that at first glance appears to be open, but upon closer examination is blocked by some other obstacle, including, but not limited to, a smaller car, a motorcycle, a More…

Spripitypipe

pretty, fluttery, and springy it's a funny way to describe a springy butterful =Spring�s perfect for chasing a spripitypipe butterfly Etymology : rhyming compound used with More…

spyware

software that secretly gathers user information through the user’s Internet connection possible reason used: This is a word used by the high-tech computer speech community in order More…


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